Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Pressure’s Up On Drift Reduction

Now, after what the South experienced over the summer — hundreds of farmers paying the price for their neighbors’ improper use of dicamba over the top of Monsanto Xtend soybeans — “it’s probably going to turn the pressure up a hundred-fold,” says Dr. Gary Fellows, Technical Manager with BASF.

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