Roughly 100 complaints encompassing 18,000 acres are being investigated for possible herbicide injury in southeast Missouri.
Mike Milam did not even need to get out of his truck to see the damage. He found fields where soybean leaves were tucked upward and appeared fuzzy and crinkled. "The fields look dismal from the road," the University of Missouri Extension agronomist for Dunklin County shares. "This is the worst case I have ever seen of widespread drift damage."
The problem, Milam says, is a mix of farmers, technology and weather....More