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Abstract

IMPACT OF PESTICIDES ON FOOD SECURITY AND SAFETY SCENARIO AT THE RURAL AREAS

Dr. Santosh Kumar Nath*, Dr. Sandip Kumar Nath and Sujan Siddiqee

ABSTRACT

Environment of atmosphere is important for the life of the human beings on the water and earth (soil). The atmosphere forms an insulating blanket around the earth. It is impossible to define the limits of the atmosphere because the atmosphere becomes progressively larger with increasing the distance from earth. However, the effect of the pesticides on the human body is very harmful at the present due to pollution of water and soil. Pesticides are designed to kill pests, but some pesticides can also cause health hazards to the people. Its effects on health depend on the types of pesticides and some other chemical compounds which are being used as well as the amount to ours living are exposed and how long or often we all are exposed. The poisoning of pesticides is given bellow: Hazardous wastes are their special characteristics such as toxicity, corrosive exposition, flammability and also reactivity. The wastes of the factories, and agriculture field containing few chemicals, metals and pathogenic organisms are called Bio-medical wastes altogether. Environment can be damaged with the help of these Bio-medical wastes. Therefore, it is necessary to take precautionary measures so that the hazardous components in the wastes are rendered harmless through proper treatment technology and safe disposal methods. Agricultural fields consume 67% to 70% used pesticides by crops, remaining 33% to 30% of the said used pesticides contaminate with water and the said water storage happens to pond of the village and/or river. The contamination water is used in the Agricultural field to cultivate vegetable and fishes. Naturally the poisoning pesticides go through eating vegetable and fish we consume daily.

Keywords: Environment atmosphere, vegetable of agricultural field, fish of pond, pesticides, skin diseases, life style of the human being and different types diseases.


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