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Brent Henderson harvests soybeans on his farm near Weona, Ark. "If it's going to be legal to use and neighbors are planting it, I'm going to have to plant [dicamba-tolerant soybeans] to protect myself," he says. "It's very annoying. ... My neighbor should not dictate what I do on my farm." Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Damage to soybean plants and other crops has led to arguments and strain between neighbors. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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A Wayward Weedkiller Divides Farm Communities, Harms Wildlife

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Damage From Wayward Weedkiller Keeps Growing

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