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University Research Stations

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.

Sycamore, Keiser Northeast Research and Extension Center, Mississippi Co., 7/15/20
Ginkgo, Keiser Northeast Research and Extension Center, Mississippi Co., 7/15/20
Tulip Poplar, Lon Mann Cotton Research Station, Lee Co., 7/1/20
Oak, Keiser Northeast Research and Extension Center, Mississippi Co., 7/26/19
Willow Oak, Lon Mann Cotton Research Station, Lee Co., 6/13/19
Bradford Pear, Rohwer Research Station, Desha Co., 7/23/19

University Research Stations

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.

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