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Dicamba is no longer an option for some soybean farmers

The EPA deadline for over-the-top dicamba applications for soybeans in four states has come and gone. Purdue Extension weed scientist Bill Johnson says June 12th was the last day for application in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,  and southern Minnesota, but… “We still have the ability to use... Read More.

Farmers glad to see dicamba back in toolbox for 2024

A director with the American Soybean Association says he’s pleased the Environmental Protection Agency is allowing farmers to use existing stocks of dicamba for the upcoming growing season. This week, EPA issued an existing stocks order for dicamba, allowing for its limited use in... Read More.

EPA issues existing stocks order for dicamba

The Environmental Protection Agency has issued an existing stocks order for dicamba, allowing for its limited use in 2024. Ted McKinney, CEO of the National Association of State Departments of Agriculture, says the organization is pleased with the EPA’s actions. “Farmers, retailers, or anybody... Read More.

Federal court vacates dicamba registration

A federal court in Arizona has vacated the Environmental Protection Agency’s registrations of dicamba-based weedkillers from 2020, halting its use. The judge ruled that the EPA did not follow the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) notice and unlawfully approved dicamba for... Read More.

Preparing for OTT Dicamba Training

The 2024 planting season is just around the corner and farmers need to make sure they’re fully prepared.   In this Managing for Profit, Jennifer Stutz, North American Weed Management and Chemistry Stewardship Manager for Bayer reminds farmers who plan to use low-volatility OTT dicamba formulations... Read More.