The Minnesota Department of Agriculture is once again compiling data on plant damage that may have been caused by the herbicide dicamba.
 
 Last year, the MDA received 253 dicamba-related complaints in Minnesota, with an estimated 260,000 acres in damage.
The complaints involved off-target movement that impacted non-dicamba tolerant soybeans, other sensitive crops, and non-crop plants.
MDA did add additional dicamba restrictions this year, including a stricter date and temperature cut-off.
As of yesterday, the MDA has received 30 reports of alleged dicamba damage this year.
The MDA is encouraging anyone with damage in the 2018 growing season to complete a survey or register a formal complaint. The survey will be open until September 15.