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Drift can have two adverse affects: it can reduce the effectiveness of the dicamba on the target area and cause serious damage to dicamba-sensitive crops nearby. Luckily, with a little planning and some quick checks, you can manage the risk of drift – giving you more days of residual weed control. With these tips, you can optimize the performance of your dicamba, and your crops.

Soil Activity

Weeds are much harder to control once the unwanted plants have matured and their root systems have reached deep into the soil. Dicamba offers 14 days of soil activity – allowing you to stop the development of weeds at the germination stage. In the long term, this prevents weeds from growing in the first place, reducing overall weed pressure in your fields.

Spray System Contamination

When using your sprayer following a dicamba application, it’s important to ensure the product is properly removed from the equipment. Spray system contamination can cause the dicamba to mix with other products, which can be harmful to your crops. Make sure to use proper rinsing procedures after every dicamba application.


VaporGrip® technology is designed to reduce volatility potential, but some additives can interfere and re-introduce volatility into the formula. Choose non-AMS-based and non-Ph-lowering additives in your tank mixes to keep volatility to a minimum.

Weed Timing

Time your herbicide applications to target weeds at a height of 10 cm or less. Use an approved tank mix of dicamba and glyphosate for best results.

Window of Application

Timing your herbicide applications is important to ensure early control of weed pressure. With this two-step process, you can minimize weed competition before it starts.