Home > News > 2020 Corn Belt Dicamba Drift Injury Varies — Reports

Soybean farmers in Illinois saw a sharp drop in dicamba drift reports during the 2020 growing season, while Iowa farmers still reported extensive drift damage, with some non-resistant fields showing “fence row to fence row” symptoms of damage from the herbicide that’s been getting a lot of attention for its crop damage potential the last few years. Though damage reports are down in some areas, agronomy experts are now wary of “atmospheric loading” that could make it difficult to pinpoint the specific application responsible for crop damage. See more here.


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