Beck’s Hybrids calls on EPA to restrict dicamba use to pre-plant only

This article was originally published by Farm Media News. 

Indiana-based Beck’s Hybrids, which claims to the fourth-largest soybean seed seller in the United States, marketing soybeans in 11 Midwestern states representing 60 percent of the total soybean acreage in the U.S., has weighed in on the highly-controversial dicamba drift issue.

In a letter to the Environmental Protection Agency’s Richard Keigwin, Director, Office of Pesticide programs, Becks Chief Executive Officer, L. Sonny Beck called on EPA to modify the label for XtendiMax®, Fexip an®, and Engenia® to restrict dicamba in its current formulations to pre-plant only.

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