The unpredictable fall weather is delaying fall harvests.
Indiana grain farmers are hustling to keep up with harvest as fall progresses.
The state's soybean crop is 42 percent harvested as of this week, about the same as average. But the corn crop lags at just 24 percent.
The herbicide dicamba has damaged large swaths of Midwest crops in the past year.
Over a hundred dicamba-related complaints have been filed in Indiana so far this year.
Indiana is set to have unexpectedly big corn and soybean harvests this fall, meaning continued tight profit margins for farmers and more low food prices.
The controversial herbicide is allegedly drifting from neighboring fields and damaging other crops.
Ted McKinney has directed Indiana's Department of Agriculture since 2014, after working at Dow AgroSciences and Eli Lilly subsidiary Elanco.
Heavy rain and temperature fluctuations across the state are causing inconsistent growing conditions that could push harvest past Thanksgiving.
The companies still must address areas where regulators says they’ll have too big a market share, but those aren’t the areas that have Indiana farmers worried.