No Change in Dicamba Cutoff Date in Nebraska for 2023
February 28, 2023
Nebraska's cutoff date of June 30 for application of Engenia, Tavium and XtendiMax in soybean remains unchanged for the 2023 growing season.
EPA Fines Pesticide Applicator for Alleged Violations of Federal Pesticide Law on Kansas Farms
November 12, 2021
The Colorado-based company was fined for allegedly using dicamba products on Kansas farms in a manner inconsistent with pesticide label requirements on a total of 60 occasions, including during periods of high wind speeds.
Factors to Consider When Multiple Herbicide-Resistant Soybean Traits Coexist
April 6, 2021
Confused about which soybean traits are resistant to dicamba or glufosinate? This NebGuide will help you through the process of making the best decision for your farm.
Grower Survey to Assess Herbicide Drift Damage in the North Central U.S.
March 2, 2021
Midwestern growers are encouraged to weigh in on herbicide drift concerns in a new specialty crops survey.
2021 FAQ for Restricted Use Pesticide Dicamba Products (Engenia®, XtendiMax® and Tavium®)
February 1, 2021
Review use requirements for three newly registered dicamba products, including information on training, application time limits and new recordkeeping requirements for 2021.
Nebraska Extension Gears Up for 2021 Pesticide Safety Training
December 16, 2020
Nebraska Extension intends to host in-person training for both private and commercial/noncommercial applicators in 2021 while adhering to local and state health guidelines. This includes training for recertifying applicators and for people getting licensed for the first time (“initial” training).
USEPA Approves Three Dicamba Products for Five Years
October 29, 2020
On Oct 27, 2020, The United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) announced a new 5-year registration for XtendiMax® and Engenia, and re-registered Tavium (a premix of dicamba and S-metolachlor).
Ninth Circuit Court Orders Cancellation of Three Dicamba Products - Updated
June 6, 2020
On June 8, 2020 the EPA release a statement providing farmers with needed guidance following the Ninth Circuit Court ruling.