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Pesticides   (translated from Russian)
Pesticides Pesticides are the chemical substances, utilized for dealing with the harmful organisms. Pesticides unite the following groups of these substances ... t. d. The large part of the pesticides - these are the poisons, toxic organism- targets ... which cause sterility) and inhibitors of increase. Pesticides adapt mainly in the agriculture, although ...
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Category:Pesticides
Category:Pesticides For more information, see the article about Pesticides. Subcategories There are 6 subcategories to this ... M Molluscicides R Rodenticides Pages in category "Pesticides" There are 23 pages in this section ... Pesticide toxicity to bees R Restricted use pesticides
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Restricted use pesticides
Restricted use pesticides Because of safety concerns, some pesticides are not available to the general public ... the requirements vary from state to state. Pesticides are classified as "restricted use" for a ...
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Talk:Advantages and disadvantages of pesticides and biological control in agriculture
Talk:Advantages and disadvantages of pesticides and biological control in agriculture This is ... as a sub-heading link under Agriculture, Pesticides, Biological Control. Giving a quick skim read ...
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Pesticide
... property, spread disease or are a nuisance. Pesticides are usually, but not always, poisonous to humans. Pesticides active against higher level animal life forms ... Repellents Bird Repellents [7] Mammal Repellents [8] Pesticides active against plants and lower level life ... Since before 500 BC, humans have used pesticides to prevent damage to their crops. The ... saw the introduction of two more natural pesticides, pyrethrum which is derived from crysanthemums, ...
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Organic farming
... synthetic inputs, such as synthetic fertilizers and pesticides, and genetically modified organisms (GMOs). In many ... scale irrigation), fertilization, and the use of pesticides. Ammonium nitrate, used in munitions, became an ... use of insecticides and herbicides and other pesticides also encourages natural selection of resistant insects ... a multifaceted strategy that can include synthetic pesticides as a last resort—both organic and conventional ... on fertilizer and energy, and 97% less pesticides. A major US survey published in ...
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Talk:Pesticide
... that the US regulatory process requires that pesticides must be proven to be safe, and ... consumer-centric. For example, the dangers of pesticides section didn't include dangers to workers ... residues except to change the term "residual pesticides" to its more common arrangement, "pesticide residues ... for various countries or blocks that regulate pesticides. On the other hand, the US has ... both in the use and regulation of pesticides, and many other countries have followed ...
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Water pollution by the plant health products   (translated from French)
... institute of the Environment (IFEN) on "the pesticides in water", published in 2004 on the ... water. The interpretation of the contents of pesticides measured by analyses of laboratory is interpreted ... the public health for the contents of pesticides with regard to waterintended for human consumption ... distributed without specific treatmentof elimination of the pesticides ? 0,1?g/l (1) ? 0,5 ... and after a treatmentof elimination of the pesticides. > 2?g/l > 5?g/l ( ...
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Gypsy moth
... outbreaks to reduce competition. The use of pesticides against the gypsy moth The decision to use pesticides is influenced by a number of factors ... numbers of gypsy moth larvae are dense, pesticides may be the most effective method of ... the foliage of host trees. Application of pesticides should be done by a certified applicator ... forests, should be treated by aircraft. Available pesticides fall into two broad groups: microbial ...
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Talk:Organic farming
... equally bad to me - e.g., "synthetic pesticides" are improvements on "natural pesticides" designed to make them more environmentally friendly ... to ignore the fact that many synthetic pesticides are improvements on natural pesticides, with the goal of making them less ... any references on the dangers of organic pesticides. I don't know that much, ...
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