Pesticides enter the atmosphere either through evaporation or directly through the air.
Surface waters, industrial and urban effluents and the direct application of pesticides to control aquatic pests are among the ways that toxins enter water resources.
The soil is also contaminated by plants treated with poisons, rain, burying empty containers of poisons, and their direct use on the soil.
For optimal and appropriate use of pesticides, one should be aware of the purpose and method of spraying.
The purpose of the nuisance is that we want to eliminate it.
Conscious action can be very useful and effective in preventing environmental pollution.
For this purpose, we must know for what purpose we want to use the poison. In fact, determining whether our target is an insect (as a pest) or microbes and fungi (pathogens) is the first step towards starting a decisive and at the same time low-risk fight.
After determining the problem of the plant, it is possible to prepare the appropriate type of poison and use it with the minimum amount possible.