On January 11, 2022, the EPA approved the registrations for Enlist One (2,4-D choline) and Enlist Duo (glyphosate + 2,4-D choline) for an additional 7 years (2029). However, there will be significant label changes to help further protect the environment, pollinators, and endangered species.
The following are some (not all) of the important label changes for the Enlist One/Enlist Duo herbicide labels:
1. Do not apply this product when soil is saturated or at field capacity, or when a storm event likely to produce runoff from the treated area is forecasted (by NOAA/National Weather Service, or other similar forecasting service) to occur within 48 hours following application.
2. Do not irrigate treated fields within 48 hours of application.
3. For land with Hydrologic Soil Groups A & B: The land manager/applicator must effectively implement runoff mitigation measures in the following table to equal a minimum of 4 credits. For land with Hydrologic Soil Groups C & D: The land manager/applicator must effectively implement runoff mitigation measures in the following tables to equal a minimum of 6 credits.
5. For cotton (POST): Apply when weeds are no larger than 6 inches and any time after cotton emergence up to first white bloom. Do not apply after first white bloom.
6. Restrictions prohibiting their use in certain counties in certain states due to endangered species.
- Enlist One is not prohibited in any GA counties.
- Enlist Duo use is prohibited in 11 counties in GA (Baker, Berrien, Brooks, Burke, Calhoun, Early, Irwin, Lee, Miller, Screven, and Worth).
7. A complete copy of these new herbicide labels can be obtained at the following locations: