Find Dicamba Training Opportunities In Your State

Xtend soybeans in Tennessee.
Xtend soybeans in Tennessee.
(Sonja Begemann)

Monsanto recently added more information to its Xtend website to show farmers and applicators where they can find dicamba training opportunities in preparation for the 2018 season. Certain states require the training and others have left it optional.

Note if you’re from Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Missouri, Mississippi, North Carolina and Tennessee you have mandatory dicamba training for application. Monsanto, as well as BASF, offer training information for all states with the product label and encourage applicators to take advantage of the education.

For more information about when and where Monsanto is offering training click here.

For information for BASF’s training and online “Grow Smart University” click here.



Latest News

Is There Anything New from the Latest Farm Bill Debate?

We need to know the final funding level in the debt limit debate before there are can be any attempt to mix and match farm bill titles and funds.

Big Oil is Teaming Up With Big Ag, And it Could Turn Cover Crops Into the New Cash Crop for Farmers

Renewable diesel is revving up interest from both agriculture and the oil industry, and now oil and agriculture companies are teaming up to find additional crop sources to fuel the growing demand.

Tyson Foods Plant Closure Raises Antitrust Concerns Among U.S. Farmers and Experts

Tyson Foods gave its chicken suppliers two months' notice of its plan to shut a Virginia processing plant in May, raising concerns among farmers and legal experts about Tyson's compliance with antitrust regulations.

The Scoop Podcast: Overcome Barriers, Instill Confidence, and Improve Performance

Tim McArdle is working as the ResponsibleAg Industry Ambassador. He highlights how ResponsbileAg is an industry program for the industry that “lights the way for you to be in compliance.”

Southern States: Rebuilding for The Next 100 Years

This year marks the cooperative’s 100th year in business. And as Steve Becraft describes, there’s more to celebrate than the centennial milestone.

The Carbon Games: Agricultural Producers Still Looking for the Leaderboard

“What we need to do to move carbon past the starting line is to show farmers the scoreboard and tell them exactly what they need to do to earn their points,” said Mitchell Hora.