The Tennessee Department of Agriculture is taking measures to mitigate the risk of drift of herbicides containing dicamba.
State and federal laws mandate applicators strictly follow label directions and consider the weather and potential for temperature inversions when applying any herbicide. Any suspected misapplication should be reported immediately to TDA at 800-628-2631 or 615-837-5148. The department will take appropriate enforcement action for any
misapplication, including but not limited to suspension or revocation of a certificate and state penalties up to $1,500 per acre, in addition to federal penalties and possible criminal prosecution.
March 26, 2018 - Department of Agriculture Announces Sensitive Crop Registry
Jan. 19, 2018 - Online Training Now Available for Dicamba Stewardship
Jan. 10, 2018 - UT Offers Dicamba Stewardship Training in Tennessee
Dec. 12, 2017 - New Requirements Proposed for Herbicide Use
- Field Watch Brochure
- Sensitive Crop Registry
- University of Tennessee Crops Information and Resources
- VIDEO: University of Tennessee - Volatility or Temperature Inversion?
- University of Tennessee - Preventing Dicamba Drift and Video Tips
- VIDEO: University of Tennessee - Stop Sequential Applications of Dicamba in Cotton
- VIDEO: University of Tennessee - Stop Sequential Applications of Dicamba in Soybeans
- University of Tennessee - Best Management Practices to Mitigate Dicamba Drift
- VIDEO: University of Tennessee - How Not to Spray During an Inversion