The EPA’s recent risk assessment for the pyrethroid class of insecticides — reliable, effective pest control tools used by growers nationwide — will dramatically limit farmers’ choices in crop protection products. The agency’s overly conservative risk predictions are based on oversimplified science and place farmers’ ability to use bifenthrin — a common pyrethroid insecticide used on more than 14 million acres annually — at risk.
You have important information the EPA needs to hear.
Without vital context and input from those who use these products, the EPA could further encroach on your pest management options and severely limit your freedom to operate.
EPA is expected to re-open the official docket shortly. In the interim, the Agency is accepting comments via email. Once the docket reopens, it will trigger another 60-day comment period. Comments can be submitted using the links below and they will be directed to EPA staff via email.
Please select the most appropriate category below to share with the EPA the importance of bifenthrin as a sustainable, economical and effective pest control tool.