The Arkansas State Plant Board is rejecting the herbicide dicamba for the second year in a row in spite of Monsanto's protestations against their decision. Use of dicamba makes their seeds more valuable, because they are engineered to resist it. But studies suggest that dicamba strays from the land where it's originally sprayed, and was likely linked to the destruction of 3.6 million acres of farmland last year.
Send the board a note of encouragement. Read more here.
Terry Walker, Director
Arkansas State Plant Board
1 Natural Resources Dr
Little Rock, AR 72205