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ACUTE EXPOSURE INFORMATION

  1. There have been few human cases and no adverse effects from field use. The primary effects anticipated would be mucous membrane, pulmonary and dermal irritation, and seizures.
  1. Sesone is metabolized to 2,4,D in the "animal body." Effects may resemble those of 2,4,D.
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