EPA OKs several herbicide tankmix partners for Engenia, XtendiMax

soybean sprayingThe Environmental Protection Agency recently approved several new tankmix partners for Engenia and XtendiMax with VaporGrip technology, two dicamba herbicides from BASF and Monsanto, respectively.

Some states may have further restrictions, so check before proceeding.

Among the tankmix parnters for Engenia, a BAPMA dicamba formulation, are 16 herbicides. They include eight glyphosate products, as well as three adjuvants and one fertilizer.

Glyphosate-based products are Buccaneer, Cornerstone 5 Plus, Envy Intense, Gly Star Plus, Glyfox X-TRA, Roundup PMAX, Roundup PMAX II and Tomahawk 5.

Other herbicides include Warrant and several formulations of pendimethalin.

For more information on Engenia tannkmix partners, visit http://agproducts.basf.us.

The tankmix requirements for XtendiMax, a DGA dicamba formulation, are a bit stricter.

A handful of products can only be tankmixed with the Monsanto dicamba if the drift retardant adjuvant, Intact, is added. Those are Caparol 4L, Cobra, Reflex, Select Max and Warrant Ultra.

Several other herbicides and adjuvants also have been approved recently as tankmix parnters for XtendiMax. For more information, visit http://www.xtendimaxapplicationrequirements.com.

FeXapan herbicide plus VaporGrip technology, a DGA dicamba formulation from DuPont, recently received an EPA section 3 registration. For more information on tankmix parnters as they are approved, visit http://www.dupont.com.

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