2,4-D Right-of-Way Herbicides

2,4-D herbicides kill broadleaf weeds but not most grasses. 2,4-D kills plants by causing the cells in the tissues that carry water and nutrients to divide and grow without stopping. Herbicides that act this way are called auxin-type herbicides.

2,4-D is an herbicide that kills plants by changing the way certain cells grow. 2,4-D comes in several chemical forms, including salts, esters, and an acid form. 2,4-D is used in many products to control weeds, and it is often mixed with other herbicides in these products.

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