The Environmental Protection Agency issued a final cancellation order on three dicamba products. As of June 3, the EPA says the Xtendimax, Engenia and FeXapan dicamba herbicides are no longer registered. Farmers that already have dicamba can use the products, but retailers and distributors can no longer sell them. Commercial applicator sales to clients are the exception. The EPA says all dicamba applications must conform to existing labels both federal and state and all existing stocks must be used by July 31. Read the press release.
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