Industry Task Force II on 2,4-D Research Data

Weeds are less likely to become resistant to 2,4-D, making it an integral part of weed control in high intensity crops like corn and soybean.


2,4-D is inexpensive and effective, particularly for producers of low-acreage crops where new herbicides are not being developed. The loss of 2,4-D would significantly hinder production for these producers.

Field Corn, Soybean,
Sorghum, Peanuts

“Farmers and regulators alike are striving to reduce tillage…[and] if phenoxy herbicides were no longer available, growers may need to respond by increasing tillage”