The Kansas Department of Agriculture has received the updated labels for Engenia®, XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology, and FeXapan™ herbicide Plus VaporGrip® Technology. Please be aware of the changes and updates that have been made and take the necessary steps to be in compliance with the label of the product you choose to use.

Forms and Updated Labels

Changes and Updates

The following is a generalized list of the changes and updates made to the labels in preparation for the 2018 growing and application season. Read the label for specific information concerning your product of choice.

  • Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP)
  • Recordkeeping requirements for every individual application. Please see label for specifics.
  • Dicamba or auxin-specific training prior to use of the product. Must have proof of training.
  • Applications may only be made between sunrise and sunset.
  • Applications may only be made when wind speeds are between 3 and 10 mph.
  • The recommended ground speed has been reduced to 5 mph when near the edges of treatment areas.
  • Tank cleanout must occur before and after application.
  • Do not apply if wind is blowing in the direction of sensitive crops which includes non-dicamba tolerant soybeans or cotton.
  • The labels now have an expiration date of December 20, 2018.
  • The updated labels supersede any previously issued labels including supplemental labels.
  • Always follow the individual product label available at the manufacturers’ websites.

Engenia® Herbicide (BASF)
Stewardship: www.engeniaherbicide.com  
Tanks Mix: www.engeniatankmix.com

XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology

DuPont™ FeXapan™ herbicide Plus VaporGrip® Technology
http://www.dupont.co/products-and services/crop-protection/soybean-protection/articles/fexapan-application.html

Training and Resources

KDA has approved dicamba training provided by BASF, Monsanto, DowDuPont and K-State Research and Extension (KSRE). The training provided by BASF, Monsanto and DowDuPont is being targeted toward retailers of their products and the associated custom applicators and farmer applicators. The KSRE training is being made available to the public and is currently scheduled to take place in numerous locations throughout the state in February and March. Dates and locations can be found on the KSRE website (link below). KDA will also accept training from other states so long as the host state’s department of agriculture has approved the training and documentation is provided. Additional training will be shared here as the agency becomes aware of the training.

K-State Research and Extension dicamba training: Training Dates

Monsanto: Additional training and stewardship information can be found here: 

BASF: Additional training dates can be found on the stewardship tab.

DuPont Crop Protection 2018 In-person Dicamba Applicator Training Sessions
2018 Training Sessions