In response to problems with off-target movement and injury associated with dicamba applications on dicamba-resistant (Xtend) soybean, the EPA made significant changes to labels of the new dicamba products. While much of the discussion has focused on the Restricted Use designation and the requirement for applicators to receive dicamba-specific training, the EPA also clarified how downwind buffers and protections of susceptible crops are to be implemented.
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Hartzler, Robert G., "Downwind Buffers and Susceptible Crop Restrictions for New Dicamba Products" (2018). Integrated Crop Management News. 2464.
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