Illinois Fertilizer & Chemical Association
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Dicamba: They’re Not Kidding About the Paperwork

It’s been a big year for dicamba.  First, a court vacated registrations. Then U.S. EPA said folks could still sell what was already on hand. Now farmers are looking at a new climate for application in 2024, and one where agencies are following the rules to a T.
KJ Johnson, executive director of the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association, has real advice for farmers: Fill out the record-keeping sheets for each dicamba product. Don’t forget them. Don’t skip questions. Johnson says if you are turned in to the Illinois Department of Agriculture on a misuse complaint and your forms are incomplete, it’s an automatic $750 fine.
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