A federal court recently ordered farmers to stop spraying one of the country’s most widely used herbicides, dicamba.
NPR’s food and agriculture correspondent Dan Charles tells us the ruling has turned the world of Midwestern agriculture upside down. Then the Environmental Protection Agency came out with its own order.
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