2,4-D is neither a new cinema format nor the next cute robot from an upcoming Star Wars installment. Its wars are earthbound – in all the meanings, as 2,4 – D is a weed-killing agent. Since 1945, it’s been widely used for homes and farms, parks, and golf fields to eradicate weeds and leave more space for cereals and other cultural grasses.
Though it went commercial the same year as the notorious DDT, it’s still considered safe for most use cases. Still, it requires some precautions when being applied. So, let’s talk about how safe or dangerous 2,4-D might be, and how to use 2,4-D weed killer, and what effect to expect from it. Reviews of commercially available 2.4-D herbicides are attached.