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A Short Communication on sustainability of planting pesticide-treated seeds

Yamada Shimamura*

Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies, Kobe University, 2-1 Rokkodaicho, Nada-ku, Japan

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                                              Yamada Shimamura
                                              Graduate School of International Cooperation Studies
                                              Kobe University, 2-1 Rokkodai-cho, Nada-ku, Japan
                                              E-mail: [email protected]

Received date: 07/05/2021; Accepted date: 21/05/2021; Published date: 28/05/2021

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Insecticides are often applied to seed to manage or reduce insect damage to seed during storage and, to a lesser degree, to stop damage from such insects as wireworms and seed stock maggots within the soil. The best thanks to eliminate a little quantity of leftover seed that has been treated with a pesticide is to plant it in fallow or other non-cropped areas of the farm. If there's an option for storage and future planting, return excess seed to its original container. Typically, seed treatments will last only about 10 to 14 days beyond planting conditions [1].

However, certain active ingredients can protect seedlings considerably longer when applied at the best labelled rate. The best thanks to get rid of a tiny low quantity of leftover seed. If there's an option for storage and future planting, return excess seed to its original container. The intense color warns that the seed is treated with pesticides. Placing purchased plants directly within the ground or a container removes a serious step from your gardening project. It also means you'll need access to fresh greens and veggies much prior if you'd sown seeds directly into the soil. Seed germination enhancement. Enhances nodulation in legume crop. Placing purchased plants directly within the ground or a container removes a serious step from your gardening project. It also means you will have access to fresh greens and veggies much earlier than if you'd sown seeds directly into the soil [2].

Many pesticides are often grouped into chemical families. Prominent insecticide families include organochlorines, organophosphates, and carbamates. Organochlorine hydrocarbons (e.g., DDT) can be separated into dichlorodiphenyl ethane, cyclodiene compounds, and other related compounds. Pesticides can save farmers' money by preventing crop losses to insects and other pests; within the U.S., farmers get an estimated fourfold return on money they spend on pesticides. By the study found that not using pesticides reduced crop yields by about 10%. Another may lead to an increase of food prices, loss of jobs, and a rise in world [3] .

Pesticide use raises variety of environmental concerns. Alternatives to pesticides are available and include methods of cultivation, use of biological pest controls (such as pheromones and microbial pesticides), gene-splicing, and methods of interfering with insect breeding. Application of composted yard waste has also been used as the way of controlling pests. Trap crops have successfully controlled pests in some commercial agricultural systems while reducing pesticide usage; however, in many other systems, trap crops can fail to cut back pest densities at an advertisement scale.

References

1. Harris DA. "The application of chemicals to seed". Outl. Agric. 1975; 8: 275–280.

2. Callan IW. "Achievements and limitations of seed treatments". Outl. Agric. 1975; 8: 271–4.

3. Laborde A and Tomasina F "Children's Health in Latin America: The Influence of Environmental Exposures". Environmental Health Perspectives. 2015; 123: 201–9.