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U.S. weed specialists doubt that the EPA’s new restrictions on dicamba will prevent crop damage next year,  according to Reuters. “Nothing in these new restrictions addresses volatility, and that’s still an issue,” said Aaron Hager, University of Illinois. The EPA Friday announced new restrictions to the herbicide after growers across the U.S. filed complaints of crop damage due to chemical drift.

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