On Feb. 6, 2024, the U.S. District Court in Arizona issued a ruling vacating the registration for the low-volatility dicamba products XtendiMax, Engenia, and Tavium. We respectfully disagree with the ruling and are assessing next steps. Our top priority is making sure growers have the approved products and support they need to safely and successfully grow their crops, and we will keep our customers updated as we learn more from the EPA in advance of the 2024 growing season.
For applicators spraying in states that accept online training, register to take the course. If your state is not listed, they have not approved online training at this time*.
This training satisfies the dicamba training requirement in certain states.* If you are not in a state that currently allows Bayer-provided training to satisfy the dicamba training requirement, you may take this webinar for educational purposes only.
2024 Dicamba Training is now live. Please
click here for webinar dates and to register.
*Georgia require state-provided training. Applicators in these states can find information about state-provided training through their state pesticide regulatory agency. Check back for updates. This page will be updated as state registrations and training allowances are received, so changes could be often.
Texas: If you are seeking CEU credits, you must complete computer based training.
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