For years applicators have been told that "everything you need to know about applying a pesticide can be found on the label." That is still true, it’s just that elements of the label are now found in multiple locations, NOT just on the printed labeling on the container.

Beyond the federal label, applicators need to obtain a 24c or State and Local Needs Label. In North Dakota and Minnesota, you can go here to obtain a copy for your particular product:

You can find accurate sunrise and sunset times for your SPECIFIC location via the U.S. Naval Observatory:

The OFFICIAL NOAA Weather forecast by City or Zip Code can be found here, scroll down the page to obtain an hour by hour, printable Tabular Forecast:

The NDSU Extension Pesticide Program maintains the North Dakota Auxin Training Verification Database. (In Minnesota the database will eventually be available through the Minnesota Crop Production Retailers):

The North Dakota Department of Agriculture maintains an Apiary and Sensitive Area Database. You can find that here:

The Minnesota sensitive crop registry can be found by becoming a registered user of FieldWatch:

The following sites for your particular product must be consulted no more than seven days prior to application: (Note, in 2017 the Office of the Indiana State Chemist found that of 109 completed dicamba investigations, 71% of applicators failed to comply with this specific label requirement.)

Engenia Tank Mix and Nozzle Site:

FeXapan Tank Mix and Nozzle Site:
Tank Mix:

XtendiMax Tank Mix and Nozzle Site:

For planning purposes and for consulting nearby weather conditions, especially air temperature inversions, go to the North Dakota Agricultural Weather Network at:

Finally, whenever you visit these sites to comply with labeling, print a hard copy with a date for your records. Dated electronic files may also be acceptable, but you should check with your respective regulatory authority for proper documentation requirements.