PAN Newsletter Fall 2017 | Pesticide Action Network
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PAN Newsletter Fall 2017

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For the second year in a row, farmers in Arkansas, Missouri and Tennessee are experiencing serious crop damage from exposure to the drift-prone herbicide dicamba. And this year, farmers in Minnesota and Iowa are being hit hard, too. This is also the second growing cycle that Monsanto’s latest genetically engineered seed line—Xtend—has been allowed in fields. Coincidence? Not at all.

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