Dicamba drift damage to soybeans

Documentation increasingly important in herbicide drift cases

What should you do if a neighbor applies a herbicide that causes drift damage to your crop?

You neighbor applies a herbicide that drifts on to your non-tolerant soybeans. Pick up the phone and call your lawyer, right?

Well, it may not be quite that simple, according to two veteran attorneys who spoke at the Mid-South Agricultural and Environmental Laws Conference in Memphis, Tenn.

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