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Positive Effects of Pesticides

Positive Effects of Pesticides

According to the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, the term pesticide includes chemicals used to control insects, fungi and weeds. Pesticides serve many functions, some of which are more essential to society than others. Pesticides can prevent crop failure, control invasive plants, or promote a uniformly green lawn. Some pesticides reduce blemishes on fruit and vegetables, ensuring that a greater proportion of the crop is marketable.<... read more

Impact of Fertilizers and Pesticides on Soil Microfl  ora  in  Agriculture

Impact of Fertilizers and Pesticides on Soil Microfl ora

Abstract Soil health management is crucial for ensuring sustainable agricultural productions and maintenance of biodiversity. Fertilizers and pesticides are a neces-sary evil for industrial agriculture. Though, they continue to be critically important tools for global food security, their undesirable effects cannot be overlooked par-

ticularly when sustainable agriculture is the universal focus. Apart from a range of widely discussed and well-... read more

Fertilizers and Pesticides Related Information

Fertilizers and Pesticides Related Information

Fertilizers are compounds that are added to plants to promote growth. There are two types of fertilizers - organic and inorganic. Organic fertilizers are carbon based and are composed of organic matter like leaves, cow dung and parts of plants. Inorganic fertilizers contain simple inorganic chemicals. Some of the common nutrients present in fertilizers are nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium (NKP). They also contain secondary plant nutrients such as calc... read more