August 18, 2022
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NCGA Call-To-Action to Protect Atrazine

The National Corn Growers Association launched a call-to-action asking advocates to submit comments to the Environmental Protection Agency in response to the agency’s announcement that they are revising the registration for atrazine. The EPA says it’s amending the registration of this well-studied herbicide that allows farmers to do more with less. The new level of concern for atrazine will vastly reduce the herbicide’s effectiveness and hinder farmers’ ability to utilize a critical tool. “Corn growers know the value of atrazine, and it’s time again to tell the EPA how valuable this product is to our operations,” says NCGA President Chris Edgington. “In 2016, we came together to submit more than 10,000 comments to the agency, and we need that same momentum again.” NCGA points out that since it first came onto the market, atrazine has allowed farmers to increase their conservation tillage practices. Conservation tillage is a key to carbon-smart farming practices.

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