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University of Illinois weed scientist Aaron Hager says dicamba-tolerant soybeans acres will double in 2018, with most of those acres planted defensively and sprayed with dicamba. Hager’s main concern is that increased dicamba use will affect areas outside of agriculture. “My greatest fear in 2018 is that this is going to be very public and we are one major news story away from having an absolute public relations disaster in American agriculture over this topic.” (Herald & Review)

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