Arkansas Supreme Court grants stay in dicamba case
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KAIT) - Arkansas farmers can now use dicamba through June 30, according to a report from content partner Talk Business & Politics.
The Arkansas Supreme Court granted a stay this week in a case dealing with the use of the herbicide.
The case was heard in Pulaski County Circuit Court, which issued a decision in late May on the issue.
Officials said farmers can use dicamba but must use tough safety procedures.
There also has to be a one-mile buffer in all directions between the herbicide is used and any research station operated by the University of Arkansas System of Agriculture, Talk Business & Politics reported.
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