Attention: The Environmental Protection Agency has issued a final cancellation order for three pesticide products (Xtendimax with Vaporgrip Technology, EPA Reg. No. 524-6 17, Engenia, EPA Reg. No. 7969-345, and FeXapan, EPA Reg. No. 352-9 13), containing the active ingredient dicamba. This order is issued in response to a decision of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit vacating these three registrations.
The cancellation order prohibits any use of existing stocks of FeXapan that is inconsistent with the previously-approved product labeling and prohibits use beyond July 31, 2020.
For more information, review the cancellation order here.
Corteva Agriscience believes dicamba is an effective weed management tool for farmers that can be used effectively when used according to the label; however, Corteva supports the EPA in its efforts to come up with a workable path forward in this challenging situation. Corteva is committed to serving our customers and will support them in assessing alternative weed control options for the 2020 season.