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Arkansas defies Monsanto, moves to ban rogue weedkiller
by Dan Charles
National Public Radio Translate This Article
22 September 2017
On 22 September 2017 National Public Radio reported:
Arkansas is on the verge of banning the use, during the growing season, of a Monsanto-backed weedkiller that has been blamed for damaging millions of acres of crops in neighbouring farms this year. The Arkansas State Plant Board also approved a steep increase in fines -- up to $25,000 -- for farmers who use dicamba and similar herbicides illegally.
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