As a reminder, dicamba-resistant soybean fields that exist in counties that might harbor endangered terrestrial dicot plant species and that will be treated with dicamba must have an in-field, 57-foot omnidirectional buffer. The new 57-foot buffer will occur on three sides of the field and be in addition to the required 110-foot downwind buffer. Non-sensitive areas, as defined in the renewed labels, can be included in the omnidirectional buffer calculation. This new buffer requirement includes fields in at least 27 Illinois counties (Figure 1).
Recommended citation format: Hager, A. "Reminder of Omnidirectional In-Field Buffers." Department of Crop Sciences, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, July 2, 2019. Permalink
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