I know you had nothing to do with it, but then it is up to the EPA/state AG to determine and define exactly what is susceptible. We can thank people who spray when it is windy and use equipment prone to causing drift. Personally, I have been using ester herbicides for years, even in windy Hawaii. Never had a problem because I use drift reducing equipment and there are certain sets of weather conditions that I call no spray days. High winds, swirling winds or still and humid conditions are examples of no spray days.
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