Farmers around the country are noticing damage to their crops. Leaves are getting twisted and growth is being stunted. In the most severe cases, even trees are experiencing curling and cupping of the leaves.
The culprit may be a volatile and toxic herbicide called dicamba. When the herbicide is sprayed, dicamba has the tendency to drift up into the air, killing crops in neighboring farms.
As a result of the damage caused by dicamba, farmers have started suing the makers of products containing dicamba, including Monsanto, BASF, and DuPont. Find out more about what farmers are claiming and how a lawsuit may help you get the justice you deserve.