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Take Action Against Dow Chemical and Monsanto ‘Agent Orange’ GMO Crops

By: Cassandra Anderson

You can help to hold the USDA and Dow Chemical accountable simply by posting your comments on the official public record of Dow Chemical’s petition with the USDA to approve their 2,4-D herbicide resistant GMO crops (remember that 2,4-D herbicide is half of the recipe for Agent Orange). Take action today to halt another destructive creation.

The USDA is required to respond to all UNIQUE comments publicly.  Therefore, it is essential that you write your own message in addition to using any of the issues listed below. It’s also important to note that comments close April 27th, so make sure to get them in today. It’s simple to do, and you can view the list of issues and links below. Simply go to the USDA website to leave your comments and take action!

Here is a list of issues concerning the new dangerous 2,4-D herbicide resistant crops and source links that we encourage you to use, along with your own message, in your comments to the USDA:

Effects on human health:

 Pollution of the environment:

Ramped up 2,4-D herbicide in crops:

Dioxin in diet and food sources:

Connection to cancer and birth defects:

Take action on the USDA comments website:!submitComment;D=APHIS-2010-0103-0001

Please note that your comments should contain an original message by you (instead of a form letter) so that it is counted as a unique message requiring a response from the USDA. It’s also important to be aware that only your name, city and country are required information, the rest of your personal information like your home address and e-mail are voluntary.

Personal stories of individuals affected by agent orange:

Vietnam Veteran suffers from cancer and heart disease.  His daughter is afflicted with birth defects.  He explains how Vietnam Veterans were exposed to Agent Orange.

Vietnam Veteran suffers from ischemic heart disease and is receiving aid from the Veterans Administration that now recognizes this disease is linked to dioxin exposure from Agent Orange.

Vietnamese family struggles with 2 children that have severe birth defects from Agent Orange.  Currently, many children are still being born with serious Agent Orange birth defects in Vietnam.

Daughter of Vietnam Veteran who died from a heart attack at age 56 describes her injuries resulting from Agent Orange in the second generation.

Please do your part to stop the USDA from approving these dangerous crops!  Here’s the USDA link again:

 Take action now!