With many dicamba registrations vacated for 2020, the Minnesota Department of Agriculture issued guidance for applying Syngenta’s Tavium. This dicamba herbicide is not banned, because it wasn’t part of the 2018 two-year registration for the other products. The herbicide cannot be applied after the V4 growth stage. Read more.
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