‘What’s in the news?’ at Redferns.ca highlights one particular ag-related article, hopefully of interest to you, the reader. Enjoy.

Residual herbicide and crop injury

Check out this article from Grainews article that focuses on when the worst happens, what questions to ask and how to soil test for a bioassay…

Excerpt below:

Your cereal, oil seed or legume crop clearly shows that it has been significantly damaged by herbicide application or residual herbicide that was applied to cropland one or more years previously. You are considering possible legal action. What do you do next?

First of all, you just don’t take a few photographs, complain about significantly reduced yield and expect a financial settlement. You have got to come up with a plan of action. You need data, and proof of crop injury and crop loss. You will be pitted against chemical company crop representatives who have dealt with claim issues like yours dozens of times.

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