Corteva Agriscience is discontinuing sales of FeXapan herbicide in the U.S. and Canada. It is instead shifting resources to support the Enlist weed control system.
FeXapan was one of four dicamba formulations for dicamba-tolerant soybeans. BASF’s Engenia, Bayer’s XtendiMax With VaporGrip Technology, and Syngenta’s Tavium Plus VaporGrip Technology are the others that are now on the market.
Corteva released this statement explaining its decision:
“We continue to see strong demand and broad adoption of Enlist technology for seed and Enlist herbicide crop protection solutions. This decision allows Corteva to focus customer and applicator training, sales, and distribution resources on our leading Enlist weed control system.
Our commercial team will continue to support our customers who have selected Roundup Ready 2 Xtend technology from a Corteva seed brand. Those customers may use dicamba herbicides offered through other brands, while still accessing other soybean herbicides from Corteva and benefitting from the strong yields of Corteva brand dicamba-tolerant soybean products.”