• Paul Goeringer

Pesticide Drift and Your Legal Liability

Updated: Jun 29


Round hay bales in field in Alabama with old barn in background. Image is from flickr by Bud Ellison.

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I recently contributed a column to Progressive Forage magazine for the April 2018 edition. The column covers issues associated with pesticide drift and forage production. The column covers previous court decisions involving pesticide drift liability to give an applicator a sense of what courts are looking at in determining liability. Finally, the column covers what you should do if you suspect drift damage.

To view the column, click here.


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