Government Banned 10 Pesticides For Two Months In Haryana

Government Banned 10 Pesticides For Two Months In Haryana
Government Banned 10 Pesticides For Two Months In Haryana

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Haryana government has banned the sale, stock, distribution and use of 10 pesticides for two months till October 17. This has increased the problem of both the farmer and the pesticide seller. In the letter issued by the Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, the reason for banning these pesticides has been told to have adverse effects on the crop. These 10 banned insecticides are mostly used for Basmati paddy. They have an effect on the food item (basmati rice) produced after their use.

Significantly, Basmati rice is exported to other countries. As such, export consignments of Basmati rice are sometimes rejected due to residual effects of these pesticides. As soon as the order of the state government is received, the Agriculture Department has made strict instructions to the vendors to implement the ban of these pesticide medicines completely effectively.

These orders have been issued by the Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department. It is reported that several complaints had been received regarding that the export consignment of Basmati was rejected due to indiscriminate use of pesticides.

Ban on these pesticides
Acephate, Buprofezine, Carbendazim, Chlorpyrifos, Methamidophos, Propiconazole, Thiamethoxam, Tricilazole, Profenophos and Isoprothiolens.

Ban has been imposed for two months
The state government has taken this decision to overcome the problem of excessive pesticide residues in the export consignments and has banned the sale, stock and use of these 10 pesticides for two months, the order said. The state government has banned the sale, stock, distribution and use of these pesticides on rice crop in the state from August 17 to October 17. These pesticides are a hindrance to the export and consumption of Basmati especially.

pesticide seller and farmer upset
Even though the ban on these pesticides has been imposed by the government in view of the ill-effects on the crop (rice) produced after their use, but due to this pesticide sellers and farmers have been seen upset. Even though the Agriculture Department has advised the farmers to use other medicines for Basmati production as an alternative. Farmers say that other insecticides will not give better results. So this will affect the crop production. Pesticide sellers Jeevan Gautam, Riyat Singh, Kewal Goyal, Makhan Garg said that the sale of 10 pesticides has been completely banned for two months. This will cause them financial loss as the banned drugs are available in stock with them, they will expire.

The government’s letter has been received regarding the two-month ban on 10 pesticides. This order will be strictly followed. If found selling pesticides during the restricted period, action will be taken against the concerned seller as per rules. – Mukesh Mahla, SDO, Agriculture Department

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Haryana government has banned the sale, stock, distribution and use of 10 pesticides for two months till October 17. This has increased the problem of both the farmer and the pesticide seller. In the letter issued by the Department of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare, the reason for banning these pesticides has been told to have adverse effects on the crop. These 10 banned insecticides are mostly used for Basmati paddy. They have an effect on the food item (basmati rice) produced after their use.

Significantly, Basmati rice is exported to other countries. As such, export consignments of Basmati rice are sometimes rejected due to residual effects of these pesticides. As soon as the order of the state government is received, the Agriculture Department has made strict instructions to the vendors to implement the ban of these pesticide medicines completely effectively.

These orders have been issued by the Additional Chief Secretary, Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Department. It is reported that several complaints had been received regarding that the export consignment of Basmati was rejected due to indiscriminate use of pesticides.

Ban on these pesticides

Acephate, Buprofezine, Carbendazim, Chlorpyrifos, Methamidophos, Propiconazole, Thiamethoxam, Tricilazole, Profenophos and Isoprothiolens.

Ban has been imposed for two months

The state government has taken this decision to overcome the problem of excessive pesticide residues in the export consignments and has banned the sale, stock and use of these 10 pesticides for two months, the order said. The state government has banned the sale, stock, distribution and use of these pesticides on rice crop in the state from August 17 to October 17. These pesticides are a hindrance to the export and consumption of Basmati especially.

pesticide seller and farmer upset

Even though the ban on these pesticides has been imposed by the government in view of the ill-effects on the crop (rice) produced after their use, but due to this pesticide sellers and farmers have been seen upset. Even though the Agriculture Department has advised the farmers to use other medicines for Basmati production as an alternative. Farmers say that other insecticides will not give better results. So this will affect the crop production. Pesticide sellers Jeevan Gautam, Riyat Singh, Kewal Goyal, Makhan Garg said that the sale of 10 pesticides has been completely banned for two months. This will cause them financial loss as the banned drugs are available in stock with them, they will expire.

The government’s letter has been received regarding the two-month ban on 10 pesticides. This order will be strictly followed. If found selling pesticides during the restricted period, action will be taken against the concerned seller as per rules. – Mukesh Mahla, SDO, Agriculture Department

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