Update on Dicamba Labels for Use in RRXtend Soybean in 2019

On October 31st, the EPA approved revised labels for Xtendimax, Engenia, and FeXapan for the 2019 and 2020 growing seasons. The labels will expire in December of 2020. We are still awaiting the interpretation of the labels by the Office of the Indiana State Chemist to know how Indiana applicators can apply these products in 2019. At this time, we do know two things:

1 – Training will once again be mandated to use these products in 2019 and these trainings will NOT be given by Purdue Extension this year.

2 – Anyone who sprays, mixes, or loads the products MUST have a certified applicator’s license. A non-certified person working under the supervision of a certified applicator is no longer allowed.

We will provide updates as we learn more about these labels. For now, we have updated our Dicamba Precautions document that we wrote in conjunction with Ohio State and University of Illinois to reflect some of the label changes. This document contains recommendations on how to use these products, but it is not our interpretation of the label.

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