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  1. Mike N.
    May 9, 2024 @ 8:35 am

    My chestnut and pawpaw orchard in Iowa has been damaged by dicamba even after it was promised that the new formulation would put and end to that issue. I have the documentation from the pesticide beareau to prove it.
    Also, I’ve witnessed oak tatters and other herbicide damage during walks and bike rides in forests near fields. Without a doubt, this is lowering forest productivity leading to fewer deer and turkeys etc. This means fewer wildlife viewing and hunting opportunities.
    It’s a disaster for everyone except the small minority making giant profits from its sale.

  2. Illinois Farmer
    May 8, 2024 @ 10:03 am

    When will Bayer/Monsanto just admit it’s a failed product?

    Commodity farmers around us, while still using other Ag chemicals, won’t touch Dicamba because they know its a disaster waiting to happen.

  3. AgSciGuy
    May 6, 2024 @ 8:55 am

    New restrictions on application timely and conditions has almost eliminated drift problems. Don’t comment on topics about which you are completely ignorant!!!

    What’s next? The evils of vaccinations?

  4. Elizabeth Schoepke
    May 6, 2024 @ 7:28 am

    I just tried to share this article on my Facebook feed and it was blocked as spam. Big Ag strikes again! 🙁

    • Carey Gillam
      May 6, 2024 @ 2:21 pm

      That is strange, and unfortunate. We will check into that!