Yesterday's announcement from Bayer about the agreed-upon resolution to legacy litigation surrounding its 2018 acquisition of Monsanto understandably focused largely on how the company will be settling claims pertaining to Roundup.

What got a little lost in the lengthy release was the announcement that Bayer also announced a mass tort agreement to settle the dicamba drift litigation involving alleged damage to crops. This agreement includes $300 million that is to be paid directly to farmers who can prove they experienced yield loss as a result of dicamba damage from 2015-2020.

To read more about the deal and how Arkansas farmers expect to be compensated, read this story from the Northwest Arkansas Democrat Gazette.