Monsanto Submits Public Comment to Arkansas State Plant Board in Support of XtendiMax® with VaporGrip® Technology
As Arkansas growers continue to battle yield-robbing weeds, such as Palmer amaranth, they need more weed control options. Monsanto (now Bayer) continues to support Arkansas growers who want access to the latest dicamba technologies that have been used successfully by growers in 33 other cotton and soybean-producing states. In fact, providing Arkansas growers a choice in XtendiMax for 2019 would give them access to the same tools as growers in surrounding states, like Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas – who will have access to XtendiMax this season without additional restrictions.
During the Arkansas State Plant Board’s public comment period on proposed dicamba regulations for the 2019 season, Monsanto provided the Plant Board with a public comment and robust data set in support of the low-volatility dicamba formulation XtendiMax with VaporGrip Technology. Please see below for Monsanto’s public comment and science shared surrounding this technology.
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