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Enlist Duo Approved
Todd Neeley DTN Staff Reporter
Thu Oct 16, 2014 07:20 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- EPA has approved the use of Enlist Duo herbicide in six states, the agency announced Wednesday. In addition, EPA also has opened a public comment period until Nov. 14 to consider the herbicide's registration in 10 more states.

The registration includes a number of restrictions designed to limit how and when the product can be used that are a first for such an herbicide release. EPA is particularly interested in curbing weed resistance to herbicides, and said all new herbicide-tolerant crops will likely carry restrictions to guard against the overuse, and subsequent weed-resistance problems, such as those ...

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