Tractor applying pesticide in a field of soybeansDicamba is a selective and systemic herbicide that is used for post-emergence control of broadleaf weeds in a variety of food and feed crops, as well as turfgrass.
 

As of March 15, 2022, the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has registered three dicamba products for postemergence application in dicamba-tolerant (DT) soybean and dicamba-tolerant cotton. The registrations expire in December 2025 and apply to the following products:

  • XtendiMax (EPA Reg. # 264-1210);
  • Engenia (EPA Reg. # 7969-472);
  • Tavium (EPA Reg. # 100-1623).

This new use of dicamba herbicide provides another post-emergence control option for broadleaf weeds in DT soybeans in Minnesota. This is especially important for control of weeds resistant to glyphosate and other herbicides.

Additional Information on New Dicamba Products

Tier 1 New Use Review
(2017, updated 2021)
 Dicamba Tier 1 (PDF)
Product Labels Engenia (PDF)
XtendiMax (PDF)
Tavium (PDF)
Frequently Asked Questions Dicamba FAQs
General Information Dicamba- General Information