Spraying Dicamba in Canada

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Jason (@spray_guy) is the OMAFRA Application Technology Specialist. BSc (Biology and Psychology '96), MSc (Plant science '98), PhD (Plant cell electrophysiology '03). Jason studies and teaches methods to improve the safe, effective and efficient application of agricultural inputs. Co-administrator of Sprayers101, co-author of the Airblast101 Textbook, slow cyclist, slower runner.

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There’s been unprecedented demand for information regarding the safe and effective application of the new dicmaba products registered in Canada in late 2016. In response, every extension agent, agrichemical rep and researcher with any know-how on the subject has spent the last year (or more) speaking at grower meetings.

I, for one, am fairly certain I could now deliver this presentation in my sleep. We’ve reproduced it here to serve as a self-paced resource for anyone interested in learning more. You may need to update your browser if you are having difficulty viewing the presentation.

NOTE: The labels and regulations are still in flux in Canada, and Canadian regulations differ from those in the United States. The information provided here is accurate as of April, 2017:

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