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Buffer zone, tank mix incompatibility issues recur with dicamba application, resources available to update applicators

Watch the video below to hear more about what Monsanto found as recurring issues with dicamba applications and the variety of resources available to applicators to assist them in keeping up with the most current information and technologies.

As Monsanto investigated pesticide complaints regarding dicamba, trying to get a better handle on some of the problems, Dr. Peter Dotray, professor and Extension lead specialist with Texas Tech University, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, and Texas AgriLife Extension Service says, two things seemed to recur: the requirements for buffer zones had not been met, and tank mix incompatibility. Watch the above video to hear more about what Monsanto found and the variety of resources available to applicators to assist them in keeping up with the most current information and technologies:

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