The Jonesboro Sun reports that police say the two men began arguing because Wallace believed the dicamba drifting onto his fields was coming from Jones' land along the Missouri-Arkansas border.
But neither the prosecutor nor the defense attorney mentioned dicamba during opening statements Tuesday. Instead, the attorneys referred to the incident as a problem between the two men.
The trial is being held at the Mississippi County Courthouse in Blytheville.
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