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The 2,4-D Task Force is pleased to partner with the American Soybean Association and the Arkansas State Plant Board in the production of a new video to encourage producers to have on target applications.
Good neighbor relationships are vital to farmers, ranchers, and producers. To continue our strong heritage of stewardship, the 2,4-D Task Force encourages farmers to communicate with their neighbors, read and follow all label instructions and follow any additional state restrictions to avoid pesticide misuse.

New Study Supports EPA Conclusions on 2,4-D and Potential Endocrine Interactions

Updated farm worker study supports regulators’ findings on 2,4-D

2,4-D Research Task Force Website Wins Prestigious “Best of Show” at NAMA

Health Canada concludes Special Review and determines 2,4-D is acceptable for continued use

Forbes: A UN Agency That Should Be Headed For Its Own Last 'Roundup'

June 2015 IARC Review of 2,4-D

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EPA Response to Concern for Schools Near Areas of Pesticide Use

USDA Issues Final Environmental Impact Statement on Enlist™ Corn and Soybeans

2,4-D Task Force II Response to NRDC Law Suit Filed on February 23, 2012

State Agriculture and Rural Leaders (SARL) Resolution on Invasive Species - January 8, 2012

Governments of Canada and Quebec reach NAFTA settlement regarding 2,4-D

Updated Task Force Response to NRDC Petition - August 4, 2010

Task Force Responds to NRDC Petition – February 23, 2009

Expert Survey Results: Media Coverage of Common Chemicals

Industry Task Force II on 2,4-D Research Data Comments on a Petition Seeking to Cancel 2,4-D and Revoke Tolerances

Health Canada Finds 2,4-D Can Be Used Safely

EPA Says No Special Review of 2,4-D Needed after Years of Research Data Prove it's Not a Human Carcinogen

Reviews by European Commission, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and World Health Organization confirm 2,4-D Not a Health Risk

2,4-D Completes EPA Review Process: Occupational and Residential Risks "Not of Concern"

Health Canada's PMRA issues re-evaluation on lawn and turf uses of 2,4-D