Missouri agriculture officials are struggling to address a backlog of complaints from farmers who allege that dicamba-based herbicide drift from another farm has damaged their crops. The Missouri Department of Agriculture has about 600 pending pesticide investigations. Some of them date back to 2016, the year that Bayer-owned Monsanto began selling its dicamba-tolerant soybeans.
Saturday, February 08, 2020
Show-Me Growing Fog Of Farmer Complaints Against Missouri Agriculture Officials
Here's a worthwhile farm report that offers more insight into local decision making and alleged environmental impact . . . Read more: