In case you missed it: Engenia® label updates for 2019
Growers across the country will soon begin their herbicide applications to get their crops off to a clean start and protect their seed investments. To ensure a reliable and on-target application, it’s important for growers to take a moment to review the new Engenia® herbicide label updates for 2019 before their sprayers hit the fields.
The revised label includes *Updated* instructions around existing requirements as well as *NEW* requirements. These updated and new requirements apply equally to all dicamba herbicides registered for use on dicamba-tolerant crops, including Xtendimax® and FeXapan®.
*Updated* Dicamba-tolerant (DT) crop postemerge application window:
NEW* Endangered species areas and corresponding buffer zones:
*Updated* Total number of postemerge applications in DT cotton:
*Updated* Certified applicator requirement as part of the Restricted Use Pesticide (RUP).
*Updated* Minimum spray volume is now 15 GPA.
*Updated* Sensitive Areas, Sensitive Crops and Residential Areas:
*Updated* “Residential Areas” now combined with “Sensitive Crops”:
*Updated* Expanded “Non-Sensitive Area” definition:
*Updated* Daytime application hours:
*Updated* Record keeping requirements as part of the RUP:
*Updated* 24-hour rainfall amount:
*Updated* Recommendation for spray solution pH:
*Updated* Dicamba or auxin-specific applicator training requirement:
For additional application questions and information, reach out to your local BASF representative or visit EngeniaStewardship.com. For help planning your Engenia application, visit EngeniaSprayTool.com.
Always read and follow label directions.
Engenia Herbicide is a U.S. EPA Restricted Use Pesticide.Engenia is a registered trademark of BASF. Xtendimax is a registered trademark of Monsanto Technology LLC. FeXapan is a registered trademark of E. I. duPont d Nemours & Company.
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