According to The Associated Press, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA) has announced restrictions on how farmers can use the popular herbicide, dicamba, which is set to go into effect in 2018. The MDA set a June 20 deadline for applying the herbicide and has banned applications when the temperature is above 85 degrees. The MDA has received 253 complaints from soybean growers. Researchers at the University of Minnesota approximate that 265,000 acres across the state have been affected by dicamba drift. Learn more about our investigation and how we are helping farmers recover damages.