South Dakota farmers could see an earlier dicamba application cutoff date next year. The South Dakota Ag and Natural Resources Department has sent a request to EPA to move the final application deadline from June 30 to June 20. The department says the new cutoff date is being proposed because of planting dates and a review of historic dicamba related incidents. EPA’s review process is expected to take several weeks.
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