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Dow AgroSciences, 2016

Dow AgroSciences; “Enlist Duo Herbicide Label;” 2016.

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Gullickson, 2018

Gil Gullickson, “Minnesota Dicamba Temperature, Cutoff Dates Credited for Less Off-Target Movement,”  Successful Farming, Published Online September 27, 2018.


Looks at upcoming re-registration decision on dicamba by EPA.  Reports that “in 2017, inquiries regarding off-target dicamba in the Roundup Ready 2 Xtend system tallied 99 inquires per 1 million acres. This year, it’s down to 13 per 1 million acres, and most revolved around weed-control issues, says Brett Begemann, Bayer Crop Science chief operating officer. Xtend soybean acreage is up, though, having doubled from last year’s 25 million acres to this year’s nearly 50 million acres.” Fact that 100,000 farmers and applicators attended dicamba training made a big difference. On Minnesota restrictions: “Compared with states that did not have cutoff dates, Minnesota had limited complaints of off-site dicamba movement in 2018, says Gunsolus. In 2017, there were over 250 reports of dicamba damage, he says. In 2018, MDA has so far fielded 52 reports of dicamba damage covering 1,850 acres, says Joshua Stamper, director of the pesticide and fertilizer management division for the MDA.” FULL TEXT

Steckel, 2018

Larry Steckel, “Dicamba drift problems not an aberration,” Delta Farm Press, August 8, 2018.


Veteran Tennessee extension weed scientist Larry Steckel writes about the ongoing drift crisis.  He estimates that only 100,000 acres of non-Xtend soybeans remain in the state, and 40% of those are showing injury from dicamba.  He stand by efforts of applicators to follow the complicated label instructions, and proposes that volatility and temperature inversions are the cause.  FULL TEXT

DuPont, 2015

DuPont, FeXapan Herbicide Label, July 23, 2015, EPA Registration Number 352-913.


First label for BASF FeXapan Herbicide containing DGA dicamba and inert ingredients intended to reduce volatility and drift.  FULL TEXT

Monsanto, 2005b

Monsanto, “Monsanto, UNL Sign Agreement to Develop Dicamba-Tolerant Crops,” Monsanto Press Release, March 23, 2005.


Monsanto press release announcing agreement with University of Nebraska-Lincoln to develop dicamba-resistant crops.  FULL TEXT

Monsanto, 2016a

Monsanto, Monsanto Meeting Whistle Stop Tour – Day 1, Monsanto Official Transcript, August 17, 2016.


Detailed transcript of Monsanto investor meeting in August 2016 where dicamba and glyphosate investments and projections were discussed.  FULL TEXT

BASF, 2016a

BASF, Engenia Herbicide Label, December 20, 2016, EPA Registration Number: 7969-345.


EPA label for Engenia Herbicide for dicamba-resistant crops. FULL TEXT

Monsanto, 2016b

Monsanto, XtendiMax With VaporGrip Technology Herbicide Label, November 9, 2016, EPA Registration Number 524-617.


Label for XtendiMax with VaporGrip Herbicide for use with dicamba-tolerant crops.  FULL TEXT

BASF, 2007

BASF, Status Herbicide Label, August 24, 2007, EPA Registration Number: 7969-242.


Early herbicide label for Status herbicide, containing sodium dicambaplus DFFP and safener.


BASF, 1999

BASF, Distinct Herbicide Label, October 25, 1999, EPA Registration Number: 7969-150.


First label for Distinct herbicide, containing sodium dicamba plus diflufenzopyr (DFFP).  FULL TEXT

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