Column on Dicamba Damage Published in Successful Farming

In November 2017, and reaffirmed in January 2018, the Arkansas State Plant Board voted to restrict the use of new dicamba products, with a few exceptions, from April 16 through October 31. The pesticide is considered volatile because it can convert from a liquid/solid state to a gaseous/vapor state, travel in the air, and cause off-target damage to crops even beyond adjacent fields.

In a recent article, “Dicamba Damage: Does The Law Protect You?” published by Successful Farming, Dover Dixon Horne attorneys Cal McCastlain and TJ Lawhon discuss some of the legal issues created by dicamba, including becoming involved with their state regulatory process.

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