Huge Verdict in Herbicide Case Adds to Legal Troubles of Chemical Giant Bayer

Huge Verdict in Herbicide Case Adds to Legal Troubles of Chemical Giant Bayer

A federal court jury in Missouri has ordered chemical manufacturers Bayer and BASF to pay $265 million in compensatory and punitive damages for crop losses stemming from the drift of the herbicide dicamba from fields planted with dicamba-resistant seeds to neighboring fields.

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