2,4-D in Missouri
The Missouri Department of Agriculture announced the following Missouri-specific restrictions for Enlist One and Enlist Duo on Feb. 15, 2018, for Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Dunklin, Mississippi, New Madrid, Pemiscot, Ripley, Scott and Stoddard counties:
- Training Requirement – Applicators must complete mandatory Enlist 360 Training. For information on training, visit the Enlist website.
- Wind Speed - DO NOT apply at wind speeds greater than 10 mph.
- 2,4-D Notice of Application Form – Applicators must complete an online 2,4-D Notice of Application form daily prior to each application. The blank 2,4-D Notice of Application form can be found at: Agriculture.Mo.Gov/24d/notice
- Recordkeeping requirement – Growers must keep use records in accordance with the recordkeeping requirements in the Technology Use Agreement.
Applicators must complete Enlist 360 training prior to using Enlist One or Enlist Duo. DuPont’s online training module can be found here.
Dow AgroSciences has also provided a variety of additional resources directly related to Enlist One and Enlist Duo.
- Enlist Product Use Guide
- Enlist One and Enlist Duo Fact Sheet
- Enlist Sprayer Cleanout Guide
- Enlist Crop Fact Sheets
- Enlist Quick Reference Guide
- Enlist Ahead Mobile App
The MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources and MU Extension, in cooperation with the Missouri Department of Agriculture, is now offering web-based training for auxin herbicides. This training is not required to purchase 2,4-D in Missouri, but applicators may find it useful to expand their auxin-specific training.
Registration and information for web-based training is available on University of Missouri Extension's web site.
2,4-D Notice of Application
Applicators within the ten southeast Missouri counties listed above must complete an online 2,4-D Notice of Application form daily prior to each application. This means that applicators are required to submit one Notice of Application for each field they will be spraying, each day they will be spraying it. For example, if you will be making five applications to five different fields on one day, you are required to submit five separate Notices of Application.