Per Kentucky Department of Agriculture:
- Any deviation from the product label requirements and all supplemental label/document requirements constitutes a violation of state statute or regulation.
- A violation of state statute or regulation may result in monetary penalties assessed to the violator.
- In dicamba-tolerant soybeans, DO NOT apply an approved dicamba product after June 30
- Counties requiring notice of endangered species when making dicamba applications include, but are not limited to: Bullit, Calloway, Fleming, Harrison, Henry, Jefferson and Meade.
- The Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Pesticide Inspectors will be conducting routine inspections of Private Applicators and Commercial Applicators to ensure compliance with these new label requirements.
- You must have your application records immediately available at the time of Inspection. If you utilize an electronic record keeping system, you must be able to readily access these records. Kentucky Department of Agriculture recommendation is to complete the label’s record keeping requirement after each application and keep those records on hand.
DO NOT use dicamba if you are unwilling or unable to follow requirements
2021 Season – These training materials are designed to satisfy federal training requirements. Please check with your state pesticide regulatory agency for additional training and application requirements imposed by your state. V1-11/20