A lawsuit alleges that dicamba spraying this summer damaged fruit trees in Missouri and blames Monsanto for the circumstances that led to the pesticide drift. In 2017, new formulations of dicamba registered for use in dicamba-tolerant crops will require specific nozzles and application tactics to avoid drift.
Syngenta will likely pay $1.4 billion in settlement costs for unapproved corn traits making it to China, according to Bloomberg. The settlement covers more than just a Minnesota class action, including others across the U.S. as well. Read moreRead More »