MDA: Dicamba complaints lower than other states

According to the Minnesota Department of Agriculture (MDA), the state has received approximately 24 dicamba complaints to date, well below the numbers seen so far in southern states. The MDA continues to monitor the situation closely, and encourages growers to carefully review and follow label restrictions.

A helpful MDA and dicamba fact sheet can be found here: For further assistance on reporting a complaint, visit MDA’s pesticide website.

XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology

As spraying season is underway, Monsanto says it’s important to review application requirements prior to using a product to enable successful on-target application and maximize your weed control. XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology has specific requirements for nozzles, adjuvants, drift reducing agents (DRAs), and tank mix partners designed to help minimize off-target movement and enable responsible use of the herbicide.

Growers and applicators can visit XtendiMaxApplicationRequirements.com to access application requirements and product labeling for XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology, including approved tank mixes and nozzles. If applicators have questions on pesticide label compliance, it is vitally important that they contact their state or local pesticide regulatory agency, local extension agent or agronomist. As always, it is critical that applicators read and follow directions for all pesticide product labeling, including following state and local requirements.

Growers and applicators with questions or concerns on weed non-performance, dicamba-tolerant crop response or off-target movement related to XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology, should call 1-844-RRXTEND.


DuPont recommends users always consult label and state requirements before applying FeXapan™ herbicide plus VaporGrip® Technology.

For stewardship information, product details and training around tank mix guidelines, nozzles and operating pressure, boom height, application timing, wind speed, ground speeds, buffer requirements, triple-rinse cleanout procedure and additional topics, visit FeXapan’s website and application requirements page.

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