Soybean and cotton farmers using dicamba are reeling after a federal judge revoked the national permit for the popular herbicide.

It works for them because crops are genetically modified to resist the herbicide dicamba, and weeds in those fields are sprayed without harming the soybeans or cotton plants.

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Hawaii’s genetically modified seed industry and about 1,000 jobs that go with it were big winners in a 30-page ruling handed down Friday by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals based in San Francisco.

In the ruling, the appellate court found that Hawaii’s pesticide laws are sufficiently comprehensive and
Continue Reading Appeals court knocks down Hawaii’s local prohibitions on GMO seed industry