arizweedhead said:Is this stuff still available to use in all states or just some or non at all ?
I can't seem to find a definitive answer via the net
You try sooooo hard to be insulting , but , you come out being very funny .Ric said:Bong Water
2,4,5 trichlorophenoxyacetic acid was one of the Active Ingredients of agent Orange. It has been off the market in the United States for over 20 years. It is still used on rice fields in Asia. I suggest you get some and drink it.
I think your right. I seem to remember that after Veitnam, it was produced as a powder and marketed by the name "TANG".GregoryR said:Its name came from the fact that it mixes fine with orange juice. Maybe that was what Ric meant to say.
What every respectable home owner would do , put it back on the table after you leave OR poor it down the drain , which is where it belongs ,right ?Grassmechanic said:As Ric stated, 2,4,5 T was used in AO. 2,4,5T is also loaded with dioxin, a known cancer causing agent, and has been banned from USE in the U.S. 2,4,5,T was commonly found in broadleaf weedkillers under the chemical name of Silvex. On a side note, I found some silvex at a garage sale a few years back. When I informed the homeowner what he had was illegal, he promptly removed it from his table. I don't know what he did with it after that.
Yes they do...Just put in your zip and head to the store...Runner said:Not to get off the subject, here, but do they still even sell Tang?