|Illinois farmer Jeremy Wolf inspects damage|
from dicamba. (DTN photo by Pam Smith)
Bradley issued maps showing the number of acres estimated to be damaged in each state, and the number of damage investigations in those and other states:
reports Pam Smith, crop technology editor for DTN/The Progressive Farmer. Homer, Ill., farmer Jeremy Wolf, half of whose beans were damaged, told her, "My entire summer has been consumed by trying to determine exactly how my beans got damaged and how to respond to that. I've seriously considered planting all corn next year. I do not want to go through another year like this."