Thought the battle to reregister atrazine was over? Think again.
Taking government overreach to new heights, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is moving the goalpost, determined to overturn its own decision on atrazine. Using an activist lawsuit as cover, EPA is trying to backslide from its finalized and published 2020 decision and replace it with an ultra-low level that would severely restrict the use of atrazine across the Sorghum Belt. If allowed to go unchecked, this move would dramatically limit your ability to use the herbicide on corn, sorghum, sugarcane, and other crops across the U.S.