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Vol. 11, Special Issue 2 (2022)

Documenting the high value cash crops cultivation led adverse changes in the natural resource base

Author(s):
Ajit Singh and SS Jheeba
Abstract:
One-fifth of the households reported that pesticides were dangerous for people and animals followed by 61.20 per cent who said that it was not safe to bring young children to the field after pesticide application. In Jaipur district, 80 per cent of the households considered pesticides dangerous for people and animals followed by those who said that it was important to read instructions/warning labels on pesticides containers and that it was not safe to bring to bring young children to the field after pesticide application. Fifty per cent of the households opined that empty pesticide container should not be kept for reuse. The knowledge about precautionary measures was more among large farm households compared to their small counterparts in Sri Ganganagar. The pattern was just reverse in Jaipur district.
Pages: 748-751  |  242 Views  56 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Ajit Singh and SS Jheeba. Documenting the high value cash crops cultivation led adverse changes in the natural resource base. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2022; 11(2S): 748-751.

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