Worry over dicamba grips Arkansas farmers

Posted: July 2, 2017 at 2:11 a.m.

Soybean plants in a ÿeld at Yarbro in Mississippi County show signs of dicamba damage. The herbicide, effective on invasive pigweed, can damage soybean plants that aren’t genetically modiÿed to be resistant.

Soybean plants in a ÿeld at Yarbro in Mississippi County show signs of dicamba damage. The herbicide, effective on invasive pigweed, can damage soybean plants that aren’t genetically modiÿed to be resistant.

Tom Burnham farms 7,500 acres of soybeans in Mississippi County and in two of Missouri's boot heel counties.

Farm workers pick bell peppers at Hawkins Farms north of Leachville in Mississippi County. The 160 acres of peppers, squash, zucchini and other vegeta...

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