State Approvals

 

This page was most recently updated on 2019-05-21

XTENDIMAX® HERBICIDE WITH VAPORGRIP® TECHNOLOGY IS A RESTRICTED USE PESTICIDE. CHECK APPROVAL MAP BELOW FOR STATES THAT HAVE REGISTERED XTENDIMAX ON ROUNDUP READY 2 XTEND® SOYBEANS AND COTTON WITH XTENDFLEX® TECHNOLOGY.


A key component of the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System is the ability to spray your dicamba-tolerant crops with XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology. While XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology is registered by the EPA for in-crop use, application of XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology is prohibited in Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans and cotton with XtendFlex® Technology until state approvals are obtained.

The map below provides updated information on which states have approved in-crop applications of XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology in Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybeans and cotton with XtendFlex® Technology.

CONTACT YOUR STATE PESTICIDE REGULATORY AGENCY WITH ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE APPROVAL STATUS OF DICAMBA HERBICIDE PRODUCTS FOR IN-CROP USE WITH ROUNDUP READY 2 XTEND® SOYBEANS AND COTTON WITH XTENDFLEX® TECHNOLOGY. FOLLOW ALL DIRECTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ON PESTICIDE PRODUCT LABELING.

THE INFORMATION PROVIDED ON THIS WEBSITE IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE PRODUCT LABEL OR ANY STATE AND LOCAL REGULATIONS. IT IS YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO FOLLOW ALL FEDERAL, STATE AND LOCAL LAWS AND REGULATIONS REGARDING THE USE OF PESTICIDES. BEFORE USING ANY PESTICIDE, BE SURE THE INTENDED USE IS APPROVED IN YOUR STATE OR LOCALITY. YOUR STATE OR LOCALITY MAY REQUIRE ADDITIONAL PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE USE OF THE PRODUCT THAT IS NOT INCLUDED ON THIS WEBSITE. ALWAYS FOLLOW THE PRECAUTIONS AND INSTRUCTION FOR USE ON THE MOST CURRENT PRODUCT LABELING.



State Approvals for application of XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology, a restricted use pesticide

THIS INFORMATION IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR THE PRODUCT LABELS OR ANY FEDERAL, STATE OR LOCAL REQUIREMENTS.

 

Please note that a state approval of the label does NOT preclude the state from enacting further modifications via a FIFRA 24(c) label or state regulations.

Additional Restrictions and Requirements

Alabama

Arkansas

  • Omnidirectional Buffer Tool for use in providing spatial awareness for potential dicamba applications (see https://www.aad.arkansas.gov/arkansas-dicamba-information-updates for specific dicamba rules for use in Arkansas).
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  • From May 26 through October 31 of each year, applications of products labeled for agricultural use that contain dicamba are prohibited. Some exceptions have been made to this rule, e.g. a special permit for Arkansas land east of the Mississippi river levee may be allowed if specific requirements are met. Please see the Arkansas Regulations on Pesticide Use for the complete set of rules regarding this requirement.
  • ALL in-crop agricultural use applications from April 16 through May 25 must follow these rules: 
    • Maintain a one (1) mile buffer, in all directions, around USDA/University Research Stations, certified organic crops, and commercially grown specialty crops (defined as a minimum of 1,000 plants or the average annual crop sales for the previous three years exceeding $25,000). 
    • During application, maintain a ½ mile buffer zone in all directions from non-dicamba-tolerant crops.
    • Tank mixes of products containing the active ingredient glyphosate mixed with pesticides containing the active ingredient dicamba labeled for in-crop use are prohibited.
    • Applications to dicamba-tolerant crops cannot be made unless the Commercial, Non-Commercial, or Private Applicator has completed dicamba-specific training provided by a registrant of a dicamba product. Upon request, proof of training must be provided to the Plant Board.
    • Applications to non-dicamba-tolerant crops or pasture or rangeland cannot be made unless the Commercial, Non-Commercial or Private Applicator has completed New Technology Certification Training through the Cooperative Extension Service. Upon request, proof of training must be provided to the Plant Board.
    • Applicators must provide proof of training, as outlined above, to Pesticide Dealers prior to purchase.

Florida

  • Florida has specific guidance for applications based on wind speed and direction relative to susceptible crops. Applications in Florida must follow these guidelines.
  • Not approved for use in Palm Beach County.
  • For more information: https://www.flrules.org/gateway/ruleno.asp?id=5E-2.033

Georgia

Illinois

  • FIFRA 24(c) Special Local Need Label
  • Do NOT apply this product after June 30, 2019.
  • Do NOT apply this product when the wind is blowing toward adjacent residential areas.
  • Before making an application of this product, the applicator must consult the FieldWatch® sensitive crop registry and comply with all associated record keeping label requirements.
  • The applicator must maintain a 110-foot downwind buffer (when applying up to 22 fluid ounces of this product per acre) or a 220-foot downwind buffer (when applying greater than 22 fluid up to 44 fluid ounces of this product per acre) between the last treated row and the nearest downfield edge of any Illinois Nature Preserves Commission Site.
  • It is best to apply when the wind is blowing away from sensitive areas which include but are not limited to bodies of water and nonresidential, uncultivated areas that may harbor sensitive plant species.

Iowa

Kentucky

  • Must attend training approved by the Kentucky Department of Agriculture.

Louisiana

  • FIFRA 24(c) Special Local Label Need
  • The person(s) selling, purchasing and applying this product for use on cotton or soybeans, in-crop, must attend a pesticide stewardship training course that is provided by the manufacturer and approved by the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry.
  • There may be some parish restrictions. Contact the State Department of Agriculture for details.

Minnesota

Nebraska

  • Records must be kept three years and generated within 48 hours of application.

North Carolina

  • FIFRA 24(c) Special Local Need Label
  • Must attend “Auxin Herbicide – Best Management Practices” training approved by the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

North Dakota

Ohio

  • Records must be kept for three years and generated the day of application.

Oklahoma

  • Must notify the state prior to application in Greer, Harmon, Kiowa, Jackson or Tillman counties between May 1, 2019 and October 15, 2019.

South Dakota

Tennessee

  • Certified applicators must complete mandatory dicamba-specific training through the University of Tennessee Extension or an approved product manufacturer.
  • Not approved for use in Wilson County.

Texas



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