August 15, 2017
Following reports of dicamba-related damage to soybean crops, the South Dakota Soybean Association (SDSA) encourages farmers who believe they are experiencing crop damage from dicamba to submit a survey to the South Dakota Department of Agriculture (SDDA).
The soybean crop in South Dakota is a key growth stage in the season in which it is setting yield. Farmers were concerned about the prospects for the crop with the dry summer, but the recent rains are providing some renewed optimism. Michelle Rook reports that a good soybean crop is positive for farmers and consumers. Heartland Consumer Report on KELO-TV 5pm News air date 8-17-17.