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NATURAL PESTICIDES. Pankaj, Ashish chandan, sumit, Pradeep Saha, D.N. PARSAD

NATURAL PESTICIDES.

Pankaj, Ashish chandan, sumit, Pradeep Saha, D.N. PARSAD

International Journal of Natural Product Science 2012: Spl Issue 1:151.

Abstract(RBIP-151)

Pesticides any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying or controlling any pest, including vectors of human or animal disease, unwanted species of plants or animals causing harm. A pesticide may be a chemical, biological agent such as a virus, antimicrobial, disinfectant or device used against any pest. Pests include insects, plant , molluscs, birds, mammals, fish, roundworms, and microbes that destroy property, spread disease or are vectors for disease . Although there are benefits to the use of pesticides, some also have drawbacks, such as potential toxicity to humans and other animals. The most dangerous and persistent organic chemicals are pesticides. Pesticides are categorized into four main substituent chemicals: herbicides; fungicides; insecticides and bactericides. Many pesticides can be grouped into chemical families’ acid herbicides, triazines, ureas. They can also kill bees, wasps or ants that can cause allergic reactions. Insecticides can protect animals from illnesses that can be caused by parasites such as fleas. Pesticides can prevent sickness in humans that could be caused by moldy food or diseased produce. Herbicides can be used to clear roadside weeds, trees and brush. Natural pestisides are easiely available and do not have any side effect .Natural pestisides kills the pest andreduce the possibility of toxicity in crops and eatbles. Enviromental impacts of natural pestisides are in favour of the environment and humans.

Keywords: Natural pestisides, harmless.
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