Pesticide applications in Agriculture and its Environmental and Human Health Impacts

G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

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Title Pesticide applications in Agriculture and its Environmental and Human Health Impacts
Creator Mishra, Induja
Pandey, Nilesh Kumar
Joshi, Namita
Nath, Pashupati
Subject Pesticides
Acute and Chronic effects
Environmental hazards
Description The use of chemicals in modern agriculture has significantly increased productivity is very common now a days. There has been an increase in the concentration of pesticides in food and in our environment, with associated negative effects on human health and the environment. The excessive use of pesticides has generated increasing concerns on the negative effects of human health as well as the environment. Impact on the environment of Pesticides can pose serious distress on soil, water, territory, and other vegetation. The pesticides application directly kill the insects, pest, weeds and pathogens but it also indirectly can be harmful and toxic on to the host of the other organism which are birds, beneficial insects, and all other non-target plant and animals. Insecticides are usually the most extremely toxic class of pesticides; however, herbicides can also pose risks to non-target organisms. With this concern most of the pesticides and chemicals are non-biodegradable, and as a result of bioaccumulation, they can enter into the food chain and eventually distress human and animal health, on the whole environment and ecosystem.
Publisher Grace and Peace welfare Society
Date 2020-02-29
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Review article
Format application/pdf
Source G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology; Vol. 7 No. 4 (2020): February; 48-53
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 G-Journal of Environmental Science and Technology

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