New Label Highlights: 2021 Season & Beyond

XtendiMax® Herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology  

Simplified 5-Year Label

XtendiMax® herbicide with VaporGrip® Technology, a restricted use pesticide, has a new, simplified 5-year label for increased ease of use. The new label includes additional measures to further reduce the potential for off-target movement and further strengthen the registration. Compare the 2018 and 2020 label requirements below.
THIS SUMMARY IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR READING AND FOLLOWING ALL PRODUCT LABELING.

Compare 2018 & 2020 Label Requirements

THIS SUMMARY IS NOT A SUBSTITUTE FOR READING AND FOLLOWING ALL PRODUCT LABELING.

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Registered Uses

2018

Conventional and Dicamba Tolerant crop uses

2020

Dicamba Tolerant crop uses only

Application Window

2018

Dicamba Tolerant soybeans:
Beginning bloom (R1 stage) or 45 days after planting, whichever occurs first

Dicamba Tolerant cotton:
Mid-bloom stage or 60 days after planting, whichever occurs first

2020

Dicamba Tolerant soybeans:
Up to and including June 30 - Applications occurring after R1 are prohibited as crop response may occur, and in no event can applications be made after June 30 regardless of growth stage

Dicamba Tolerant cotton:
Up to and including July 30 - DO NOT apply after July 30 regardless of growth stage

See your state-specific restrictions

Drift Reducing Adjuvants (DRA)

2018

Refer to XtendiMaxApplicationRequirements.com and use when applicable

2020

Required for all applications except to the extent as indicated on XtendiMaxApplicationRequirements.com

VaporGrip Technology (Volatility Reducing Agent, VRA)

2018

Included ONLY in XtendiMax herbicide with VaporGrip Technology formulation

2020

In the formulation PLUS Required (a VaporGrip® Xtra Agent product or an equivalent VRA) as a tank-mix adjuvant for all applications to further reduce volatility

For a list of approved VRAs, please go to the XtendiMax herbicide application requirements

Adjacent Sensitive Crops & Certain Plants

DO NOT SPRAY this product when wind is blowing toward adjacent sensitive crops and certain plants

Downwind Buffer Distance

2018

110 ft.

2020

240 ft.

ESA* Buffer Distances

2018

110 ft. downwind; 57 ft. omnidirectional

2020

310 ft. downwind; 57 ft. omnidirectional
(consult Bulletins Live!)

Optional Use of Drift Reduction Technology (DRT) Qualified Hooded/Shielded Broadcast Sprayers

2018

NO reduced use restrictions

2020

Use of qualified DRT results in reduced downwind buffer distances

Non-ESA* counties: 240 ft. > 110 ft. (on Label)

ESA* counties: 310 ft. > 240 ft. (consult Bulletins Live!)

Maximum Single Application Rate

2018

Pre-emergence or earlier applications:
44 fl oz/A (1.0 lb a.e. dicamba)

In-crop applications (up to 2):
22 fl oz/A (0.5 lb a.e. dicamba)

Combined total per year for all applications:
88 fl oz/A (2.0 lbs a.e. dicamba)

2020

Pre-emergence or earlier applications (up to 2):
22 fl oz/A (0.5 lb a.e. dicamba)

In-crop applications (up to 2):
22 fl oz/A (0.5 lb a.e. dicamba)

Combined total per yearfor all applications:
88 fl oz/A (2.0 lbs a.e. dicamba)

AMS Restriction Language

2018

DO NOT TANK MIX WITH PRODUCTS CONTAINING AMMONIUM SALTS SUCH AS AMMONIUM SULFATE (AMS) AND UREA AMMONIUM NITRATE

2020

DO NOT TANK MIX WITH AMS

Runoff Restriction

2018

DO NOT apply if rain that may exceed soil field capacity and may result in runoff is expected in the next 24 hours

2020

DO NOT apply under conditions that favor runoff
DO NOT apply if soil is saturated with water or when rainfall that may exceed soil field capacity is forecasted to occur within 48 hours

Mandatory Dicamba-Specific Training

Training is required annually

Visit our Training and Stewardship page to see how you can become a certified applicator of XtendiMax herbicide

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Educational Resources

See additional weed control resources and application tips from the Roundup Ready® Xtend Crop System on our Educational Resources page.

Educational Resources