First, I am not licensed to apply pesticides commercially, so I don't. I do, however, use it at my private residence. Last July, I applied some Roundup beside my garage. My neighbors garden is 3 feet from my garage. I mixed and applied according to label directions while the air was calm as I always do. A couple of weeks later my neighbors cucumber plants began to die off, by some kind of bacterial wilt, I now assume. In August of 2004 I have a Dept. of Agriculture inspector at my door informing me that my neighbor had accused me of killing his cukes with Roundup drift. He took a statement from my neighbor and me. The inspector also took vegetation samples from the neighbors garden. He also informed me that, to him, it seemed I did everything properly and that it didn't look like Roundup killed the plants. In Feb 2005 we recieved the report from DOA and the report stated that no Glyphosate was detected and in April, I received another letter informing me that no violation was found and the case was dropped. I thought the issue was resolved. In June 2005 I was served with a small claims action for, "poisoning of approximately 900 sq feet of garden space." The neighbor stated that this was because I poisoned his cukes with Roundup. When we went to mediation, as is required before a small claims action goes to trial, the neighbor started of on some tangent about how I am to stay 24" from any food plant and that I poisoned his bushes too. He had removed them and they looked healthy to me. Anyway, that had nothing to do with the case. The mediator decided to send this one to trial as the neighbor was getting quite agitated at that point. Just wondering if any of you have had any similar problem? I am going to contend that since the DOA found no Glyphosate in their samples that he has no case. My lawyer wants $350.00 as a retainer to go to court with me but states that it appears he has no case so I'm going to go alone because, as I said, I think the DOA report speaks for itself. Thanks for any comments.