dicamba


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dicamba

(daɪˈkæmbə)
n
(Chemistry) chem a white crystalline solid used as a weedkiller
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The publishers note that, despite their responsibility to protect consumers, those agencies participated in, and sometimes initiated, cover-ups to deceive the public and press about pesticides and synthetic chemicals, most of which are still in use today, including 2,4-D, Atrazine, and Dicamba.
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17, my first day on job, I walked in and immediately issues started coming at me," Sullivan explained, with the issue of Dicamba drift, a commonly used herbicide, obviously being the top issue of the office.
Effects of explant type, culture media and picloram and dicamba growth regulators on induction and proliferation of somatic embryos in Eucalyptus grandis x E.
HT crops tolerate potent herbicides (such as glyphosate, glufosinate, and dicamba), which have the potential to damage non-GE crops.
Herbicide was applied - tritosulfuron + dicamba (Mocarz 75WG, 0.2 kg*ha-1, 21-25 BBCH).
The Joint Budget Committee on Tuesday approved the Plant Board's rules regarding the use of the herbicide dicamba. The board last week adopted rules that allowed the use of dicamba through May 25.
After I return home, I will learn that in the last three years, people here noticed burned cypress needles--the pesticide Dicamba is thought to have become airborne in the fog.
Herbicide drift, especially dicamba, continues to be an issue for Midwestern farmers where wine grapes are grown alongside other crops, such as soybeans.
Arkansas Plant Board Reviewing EPA Decision on Dicamba Herbicide
OKLAHOMA CITY Oklahoma cotton and soybean farmers who use dicamba can continue to do so after a U.S.