Tell EPA: Keep Dow's 2,4-D crops off the market

Stop 2,4-D corn

Right now, EPA is reviewing Dow's "new use" application for 2,4-D to be used with the corporation's genetically engineered (GE) corn and soybeans. Before the public comment period closes on June 30, will you speak up to protect farmers and healthy communities? 

The stakes are staggering. Scientists estimate that widespread planting of Dow’s 2,4-D corn could trigger a 25-fold increase in the pesticide's use, from an estimated 4.2 million lbs at present to over 100 million lbs by 2019.

USDA has signaled it will likely approve the seeds, but without EPA greenlighting the "new use" of 2,4-D to accompany these crops, they'll never go to market.

Sign on below to tell EPA 2,4-D crops are a bad idea! Then please pass this action along to friends and family — we need to raise the volume on this issue before the comment period ends.

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