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Southern Crop

Regulatory Barriers Slow Innovation and Increase Costs

National Corn Growers Association Chief Executive Officer Chris Novak testified at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on consolidation and competition in the U.S. seed and agrochemical industry. “These barriers slow down innovation and drive up the cost of seed and chemicals.”

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Arkansas Plant Board Moves to Approve Dicamba Use in 2019

The Arkansas State Plant Board on Wednesday adopted a plan to allow restricted use of dicamba in 2019 through May 25. The proposed new rule is applicable to all current (Engenia, Fexapan, and Xtendimax) and future dicamba products registered for in-crop use in Arkansas. Read More

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