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Scientists warned this weed killer would destroy crops. EPA approved it anyway

The weed killer dicamba is drifting from fields and destroying crops. Sharon and Kelvin Dordon of Bernie, Mo., say their tomatoes are among the casualties. Broadleaf plants flinch at the slightest drop of dicamba, which the EPA has approved for use on genetically modified soybeans and cotton.

Credit: Karen Pulfer Focht for the Food & Environment Reporting Network

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