Recent Examples of dicamba from the Web
The ongoing Bayer-Monsanto deal is playing out as Monsanto attempts to deal with reports that a new formulation of its weed-killer dicamba is curling the leaves of soybean plants in nearby fields.
The situation is so bad that states including Missouri, Arkansas, and Tennessee have placed restrictions on dicamba use at various times during the summer.
The furor surrounding the herbicide dicamba has quickly become the biggest controversy of its kind in U.S. agriculture.
Concern about the herbicide drifting onto unprotected fields spawned lawsuits and prompted Arkansas and Missouri to impose temporary bans on dicamba.
Some farmers illegally sprayed dicamba before federal regulators approved versions that were designed to be less volatile.
Its active ingredients are MCPA, dimethylamine salt, Quinclorac, dicamba and Sulfentrazone.
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Origin and Etymology of dicamba
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
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