XtendiMax

Monsanto: Dicamba not always cause of symptomology

· July 18, 2018

Monsanto is continuing to take inquiries into their dicamba herbicide XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology. As of July 12, the company has received 381 inquiries from 240 unique farmer and applicator calls about potential off-target movement. “As we’ve walked fields with growers and applicators, we’ve continued to remind them that regardless of the herbicide you’re spraying, it’s […]

Fraley: Open letter to Monsanto’s customers regarding dicamba

· January 19, 2018

Happy New Year. Even though we’re still in the early days of 2018, we’re only a few short months from planting. Here at Monsanto, we’re excited for the 2018 season and for growers to once again experience outstanding weed control and yield potential with the Roundup Ready Xtend Crop System. As we’ve previously communicated, the […]

Missouri issues safeguards for dicamba-tolerant herbicides

· July 13, 2017

If a Missouri grower wants to apply a herbicide to dicamba-tolerant soybeans or cotton, the Missouri Department of Agriculture has now approved a Special Local Need label. Missouri Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn today issued today a Notice of Release from the statewide Stop Sale, Use, or Removal Order on ENGENIA, XTENDIMAX, and FEXAPAN herbicides. […]

EPA approves Lechler nozzles for Xtendimax with VaporGrip

· May 19, 2017

For farmers planting dicamba or 2, 4-D resistant crops this year, nozzle selection is a key part of their crop management programs. Now a new EPA approved product is out on the market. Lechler’s ID Series of Air Induction spray nozzles have been approved for spraying XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology for use on Roundup Ready […]

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