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Pesticides

Pesticides are chemical substances used to control, prevent, or eliminate organisms considered harmful to crops, animals, or humans. They include herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, and other similar chemicals. While playing a crucial role in increasing agricultural productivity, pesticides have significant consequences on the environment. Intensive pesticide use leads to soil, water, and air contamination, posing threats to biodiversity and human health. Persistent residues affect aquatic ecosystems. Excessive use may induce resistance in harmful organisms and pose risks to human health through food contamination. Efforts are underway to promote sustainable farming practices, encourage judicious pesticide use, and establish crucial monitoring to assess, define limits, and regulate their usage.

30560-19-1

Acephate

30560-19-1
74070-46-5

Aclonifen

74070-46-5
15972-60-8

Alachlor

15972-60-8
116-06-3

Aldicarb

116-06-3
2041-14-7

Aminoethyl-2-phosphonic acid

2041-14-7
1066-51-9

Aminomethyl phosphonic acid

1066-51-9
61-82-5

Aminotriazole

61-82-5
33089-61-1

Amitraz

33089-61-1
163165-75-1

Atrazine D5 (ethylamino D5)

163165-75-1
6190-65-4

Atrazine desethyl

6190-65-4
1007-28-9

Atrazine desisopropyl

1007-28-9
7773-06-0

Ammonium sulfamate

7773-06-0
2642-71-9

Azinphos ethyl

2642-71-9
22413-01-0

Arachidyl palmitate

22413-01-0
11096-82-5

Aroclor 1260

11096-82-5
645-92-1

Atrazine desethyl desisopropyl-2-hydroxy

645-92-1
101-05-3

Anilazine

101-05-3
1610-17-9

Atraton

1610-17-9
2883-98-9

alpha-Asarone

2883-98-9
2727464-25-5

Aminomethyl phosphonic acid-13C,15N

2727464-25-5