It can become airborne days after it’s sprayed and drift for miles.
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The EPA tells Audubon it “is still reviewing whether over-the-top dicamba can be used in a manner that does not pose unreasonable risks to non-target crops and other plants. Fuller was no anti-pesticide crusader. He sells dicamba and tolerant seeds and thinks farmers should be able to use it except in the heat of summer. When the [Arkansas State Plant] board received a record number of dicamba-related complaints in 2017, he joined the unanimous vote to ban spraying after April 15.