The Evolution of Pesticides

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The Evolution of Pesticides


Due to the extraordinary increase in pest and disease outbreaks in agricultural crops and the atmosphere, along with the decrease in production, the human is in danger.

According to a rough estimate, pest and disease outbreak affects 25-46% of the total production.

Only 4 crore rupees per year have been estimated in India due to rust disease.

According to the new data, there is a loss of about 5 crores Rupees per annum due to Powdery Mildew disease.

Also, grasshoppers, pyrillas, many types of perforators, pimples and bacterial fungi, nematodes, etc.

Crops worth crores of rupees are destroyed every year

Classification of pesticide

Pesticides are classified on the basis of the pest controlled by the chemical

insecticides – control of insects
nematicides – control of nematodes
acaricides    – control of miles, ticks
rodenticides- control of rats
fungicides   – fungal disease
herbicides – weed control

Some major insecticides

D.D.T


The invention of D.D.T in 1980, by Muller, discovered its insecticidal properties.
It is a white lime which is used as dusting and emulsion. Its melting point is 180 degrees to 109 degrees Celsius. First, in India, it was produced in 1955.

D.D.T is a stomach and content poison But it cannot be used as a fumigant because it does not convert to gas on normal tenacity, its use can be done against all pests.

Use of D.D.T banned in some countries



Malathion

The malathion was first made in 1950, it is yellow to dark brown in color.

Whose boiling point is 158 degrees Celsius to 158 degrees CelsiusIt is soluble in water and petroleum hydrocarbons and completely soluble in Alcohols, Esters, Ketones.

Malathion is a broad-spectrum insecticide used to control a variety of outdoor insects in both agricultural and residential settings.

 Malathion is registered for use on food, feed, and ornamental crops and in mosquito, boll weevil, and fruit fly eradication programs.

 Uses for individual malathion products vary widely. Always read and follow the label when applying pesticide products.

fungicide


fungicide are the chemicals that are used to kill or destroy the pathogenic fungi.

For many years, plant pathogenic fungi have caused devastating losses worth millions of dollars in crops worldwide.

Synthetic fungicides have effectively controlled plant pathogenic fungi. Fungicides are substances that are used to eliminate fungi, fungal spores, and infections.

In the market today, there are natural fungicides and chemical fungicides available.

More farmers are now considering organic or bio fungicides. 

These are more harmless and more effective in the long run.

Herbicide


herbicide are  the chemical normally used to kill or destroy the unwanted, uneconomic or poisonous plants or vegetation

There are many types of herbicides like Acrolein, Sodium T.C.A, and you must have heard the name of 2, 4D.


It is a very popular HERBICIDE, it is used to destroy wide-ranging weeds and prevents fruits and leaves from falling in plants.


Understand Fungi Before You Regret

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