Mangrum Contre Pigue Reference : 198 SW 3d 496 Complaint date : February 14, 2001 Status : Final judgment Place of jurisdiction : United States, Arkansas Plaintiffs types : Farmers Plaintiffs names : Bryan Mangrum Defendants : Other Lawyers for Health and Environmental Justice : Troy Henry Case nature : Civil court Type(s), Product(s), Active substance(s) : Roundup Requests : Compensation for the destruction of the plaintiff's crop due to the application of Roundup to his neighbor's crops. Name of the Court : Supreme Court of Arkansas, United States Jurisdiction level : Appellate (Appeal) Court Decision date : November 11, 2004 Decision nature : Negative Decision content : The trial court granted a directed verdict in favour of defendants because the activity was not considered ultra dangerous and the defendants were not negligent. This was confirmed by the Supreme Court on November 11, 2004. Legal basis : Court Ruling : Link to the ruling Summary : Plaintiff alleges that Ron Moss, flying for Marshall's Flying Service, had negligently sprayed an ultra-hazardous chemical, Roundup Ultra, onto the land of Ronald Pigue on May 10, 1997, so that it drifted on to his land, destroying his corn crop. The 1st instance trial court granted a directed verdict in favor of defendants, as the activity was not considered as ultra-hazardous and defendants have shown no negligence. This has been confirmed by the Supreme Court on Nov. 11, 2004. Scientific references : No scientifice reference for this case. Related links : No related link for this case.