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Crops Technology Editor for Successful Farming magazine/Agriculture.com
Bayer officials say the firm still backs use of diamba and its glyphosate products if used according to the label.
Bayer also resolves dicamba drift litigation for payment up to $400 million.
The farm groups say all this is putting farmers in a narrow weed-control window.
Dicamba herbicides are critical for weed management, say companies.
Farmers and commercial applicators may use existing stocks in hand consistent with label specifics on hand before the Court’s June 3 opinion.
Until EPA makes a decision, the federal court ruling leaves farmers and applicators uncertain if dicamba can be legally applied.