Tell Us about Your Dicamba Use and Suspected Injury in Soybean

Figure 1. Dicamba injury to 40 acres of soybean near Geneva due to volatility/temperature inversion. (Photo by Amit Jhala)

Tell Us about Your Dicamba Use and Suspected Injury in Soybean August 18, 2017

Nebraska Extension educators and specialists have appreciated hearing from growers and agriculture professionals on suspected injury to soybean from dicamba use in soybean and corn as this helps us understand what problems exist and to formulate helpful suggestions in the future. We would like to gather more specific information to help identify what factors may have led to increased soybean injury this year. We are asking for your cooperation by taking an online survey.

Please feel free to include additional information about your experience with dicamba application or suspected injury this summer via email to dicamba@unl.edu.