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Rural homeowners lose their gardens to dicamba. Even being in the middle of town does not protect against dicamba's volatility.
The 1-mile buffer that allegedly protects research stations is insufficient because volatile dicamba can travel for miles. Both crops and landscaping plants are injured by dicamba every year.
Federal, state, and municipal lands set aside for wildlife and recreation are being damaged by dicamba.
Small and surrounded by row crops, these sites are subjected to repeated dicamba exposure. Who pays for damages? Who is protecting them from chemical trespass?
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