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The Arkansas Plant Board Thursday voted unanimously to ban the use of dicamba on the state’s crops from Mid-April until November, making the product almost entirely useless for farmers planting dicamba-tolerant seeds. The governor and a group of legislative leaders must still sign off on the Plant Board’s decision, but will not do so until after a public hearing set for Nov. 8. (NPR’s The Salt)

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