The EPA has announced it is denying a request to cancel all registrations for the herbicide 2,4-D. The federal agency responsible for registering pesticides said it reviewed "all the available studies" and weighed public testimony in making its decision.
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Yesterday, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that, “Today, March 3, 2011, [EPA] is requesting an extension to allow more time for pesticide operators to obtain permits for pesticide discharges into U.S. waters. EPA... Read Post
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has denied a 2008 petition by the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) seeking to cancel 2,4-D herbicide registrations and revoke all the tolerances for use. “The impact of this decision... Read Post