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Agricultural Pesticides

Agricultural Pesticides

Product Details:

  • Classification Biological Pesticide
  • Release Type Controlled
  • Application Agriculture Pest Control
  • Type Insecticide
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Agricultural Pesticides Price And Quantity

  • 10 Box

Agricultural Pesticides Product Specifications

  • Biological Pesticide
  • Controlled
  • Insecticide
  • Agriculture Pest Control

Product Description

To cater the various requirements of our esteemed clients, we are providing a wide array of Agricultural Pesticides. Offered pesticides are made to control various harmful agents such as insects, weeds, fungi and other potentially harmful pests that threaten agricultural production. In order to process afore mentioned pesticides in tandem with international quality standards, our adroit chemical engineers use quality-approved basic ingredients and advanced formulation techniques. Further, clients can bought these pesticides in various hygienic packaging options within budgeted prices.

Agricultural Pesticide Features:


1. Accurate composition

2. Longer shelf life

3. High effectiveness

4. Optimum solubility

Agricultural Pesticide FAQ:


Q: Why are pesticides used in agriculture?


A: Pesticides are used in agriculture to protect crops from pests and diseases, which can reduce yields and quality. They help farmers manage pests efficiently, ensuring a reliable food supply and reducing economic losses.

Q: Are pesticides harmful to the environment?


A: Some pesticides can be harmful to the environment if not used properly. They can contaminate soil, water, and air, affecting non-target organisms like beneficial insects, birds, and aquatic life. However, many modern pesticides are designed to degrade quickly and have lower toxicity to non-target organisms.

Q: How are pesticides regulated?


A: Pesticides are regulated by government agencies, such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the United States. Regulatory agencies assess the safety and effectiveness of pesticides before they can be sold and used. They set limits on pesticide residues in food and establish guidelines for proper application to minimize risks to human health and the environment.

Q: Can pesticide residues remain on food?


A: Yes, pesticide residues can remain on food after application. However, regulatory agencies set maximum residue limits (MRLs) to ensure that pesticide residues on food are at safe levels for human consumption. Washing, peeling, and cooking food can also reduce pesticide residues.

Q: Are there alternatives to chemical pesticides?


A: Yes, there are alternative pest control methods, including biological control (using natural predators or parasites to control pests), cultural practices (rotating crops, planting resistant varieties), and mechanical methods (hand-weeding, mulching). Integrated Pest Management (IPM) combines multiple pest control strategies to minimize pesticide use while maintaining effective pest control.

Q: Can pesticides harm human health?


A: Pesticides can potentially harm human health if not used according to label instructions. Short-term exposure to high levels of pesticides can cause acute poisoning, while long-term exposure to low levels may increase the risk of chronic health effects such as cancer, reproductive problems, and neurological disorders. Proper handling, application, and protective measures can reduce these risks.

Q: How can consumers reduce pesticide exposure?


A: Consumers can reduce pesticide exposure by washing fruits and vegetables thoroughly, peeling when appropriate, and choosing organic produce, which is grown without synthetic pesticides. Additionally, buying locally grown produce can reduce exposure to pesticides used in long-distance transportation and storage.

Q: Are pesticides harmful to bees and other pollinators?


A: Some pesticides can be harmful to bees and other pollinators if not used properly. Certain insecticides, such as neonicotinoids, have been associated with bee declines and other negative effects on pollinators. To protect pollinators, it's essential to use pesticides judiciously and follow label instructions regarding application timing and methods.
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