2021 Auxin Best Management Practices Training, Virtual and In-Person Options

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Labels for Engenia, FeXapan, Tavium, and XtendiMax are now classified as Federal Restricted Use Pesticides. They can be sold by Licensed Pesticide Dealers and purchased only by licensed/certified (commercial and private) applicators. Only Licensed Pesticide Applicators who have taken the 2021 Auxin Herbicide Best Management Practices training will be allowed to apply these dicamba products. The 2, 4-D products (Enlist One and Enlist Duo) will only require the training in 2021 before making any application.

New labeling of these products requires that any person who intends to use dicamba must be a certified private applicator or licensed in an appropriate category and is required to successfully complete the Auxin BMP Training. **Noncertified persons working under the supervision of a certified applicator are prohibited from using or applying dicamba products. All applying these products must be licensed pesticide applicators.**

There are 12 virtual training dates available this year. Please note, you MUST register before the scheduled meeting time. Once registered, you will receive an email link to join the Zoom meeting you have registered for. Pesticide credits will also be provided.

Please call the office at 910-671-3276 for information on how to register for these trainings.

Auxin Herbicide BMP live, in-person viewing options at the Robeson County Center will also be available on with a limit of 9 participants in each viewing. In-person viewing registration is first-come, first-served. Please call 910-671-3276 to reserve your seat.

2021 Training Dates (all Live Zoom meetings start at 10 a.m.)

  Date Time Day of week
1 January 29 10 a.m. Friday
2 February 4 10 a.m. Thursday
3 February 8 10 a.m. Monday
4 February 18 10 a.m. Thursday
5 February 24 10 a.m. Wednesday
6 March 2 10 a.m. Tuesday
7 March 11 10 a.m. Thursday
8 March 15 10 a.m. Monday
9 March 24 10 a.m. Wednesday
10 March 29 10 a.m. Monday

Zoom can be downloaded as an app on your phone, tablet, or computer. If you are new to Zoom, more information on how to register and join a meeting can be found at Zoom Video Tutorials.

I recognize that this is an unprecedented time and meeting virtually may be a new experience for many of you. I still urge you to attend these highly informative meetings. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to email me at mac_malloy@ncsu.edu or call our office at 910-671-3276.

For accommodations for persons with disabilities, contact the N.C. Cooperative Extension of Robeson County office at 910-671-3276 no later than 10 days prior to the event.