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Will Science or Activist Politics Decide Atrazine's Future?

Learn more about EPA's ecological risk assessment that uses bad science to propose a de facto ban on atrazine, simazine and propazine

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Farmers:

You know why atrazine and other triazine herbicides are important to your farm. They help you control weeds that waste nutrients and water in your field. We’re here to help you understand current regulatory actions that could affect the productivity, sustainability and profitability of your farm.  Click here to learn about EPA’s current Registration Review of Atrazine and submit comments.

Consumers:

The legal teams of many well-funded environmental organizations have focused their efforts on atrazine and other triazine herbicides. Before you make up your mind, take a look at what real farmers have to say about why and how they use these important herbicides on their family farms.

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Some people say atrazine isn’t safe, but the truth is, regulatory agencies around the world including the US Environmental Protection Agency its independent Science Advisory Panels have endorsed atrazine’s safety time and time again. We think it’s important to know the benefits of the most studied herbicide in history.

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