With a federal court in Arizona vacating the registrations of XtendiMax, Engenia and Tavium, Minnesota Soybean Research and Promotion Council Director of Research Dr. David Kee is concerned for farmers who already purchased dicamba products heading into this growing season. “Producers are going to have to make some decisions now about what to do for ’24. Make sure to talk to your seed dealer, your herbicide dealer and see what your options are as we work to get this tool back to the farmers.”
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