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Arkansas Researchers Share Dicamba Volatility Studies

Work done by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture has found that every dicamba formulation its researchers tested demonstrated volatility, and they also found that some formulations could continue to volatilize at least 36 hours after application and move from the target site in spite of the most label-compliant application efforts.

 

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