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For some farmers who planted both dicamba-resistant and traditional plants, dicamba’s ongoing problems are twofold: The drifting chemicals have stunted unprotected soybean crops while state-imposed bans mean farmers can no longer use the chemical on resistant plants. “It’s just a double whammy, this whole thing,” said Arkansas farmers John Weiss. (Reuters)

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