Another point that needs to be taken into consideration when using pesticides is that spraying is done in such a way that the pesticide reaches exactly where it should and avoids spraying it around the spraying area.
To achieve this goal, the setting of spraying equipment is of visible importance.
Wind blowing of poison particles is one of the factors of its dispersion in the environment, which leads to water and soil pollution, as well as the air we breathe.
So, one of the principles of successful spraying and decision is to spray in completely calm weather. This issue is especially important in the urban green space.
Because sprinkling poisons on the surface of sidewalks and streets threatens the health of citizens.
Also, spraying is not recommended when there is a chance of rain, because the poisons washed away by the rain can contaminate all water sources.
Environmental considerations after consumption Environmental considerations after consumption include the correct method of storing poisons left over from spraying operations.
Of course, it is better to buy pesticides as much as needed, which, in addition to being economical, does not cause environmental risks due to storage.
But since this issue happens less often and there will often be some extra poison, safety principles should be observed in storage.
Improper storage of poisons in warehouses leads to environmental pollution for a long time.
One of the storage conditions is keeping poisons at the right temperature. Excessive heat causes explosion and fire.
According to a senior FAO expert, pesticides that are improperly stored or exposed to sale easily penetrate into food or are released into the environment.
Deadly chemicals pollute soils, underground and surface water and severely affect drinking water.
Another aspect of the problem is soil contamination with pesticides. Leaving empty poison containers in the environment without proper disposal is one of the factors of soil pollution.
When throwing away empty containers, we must wash them several times with water and return the washing effluent to the sprayer, and then carefully wrap the washed empty container in waste paper and throw it in the trash.
In the end, it should be said that perhaps by observing the above points, the side effects of pesticides can be reduced to some extent, but the important point is that we should take steps towards the elimination of chemical poisons.
For this purpose, it is good to implement other strategies to combat plant pests in the form of integrated pest management.
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