The Plant Protection Organization publishes a list of permitted and unauthorized toxins every year.
Plant protection is a formulation that protects plants from the destructive effects of weeds, diseases or insects. Plants are protected by chemical or biological products and the plant is protected from animal damage and disease. Products and toxins used to kill weeds are also in the plant protection products category. Each substance (poison, herbicide, etc.) used in plant protection has one or more active substances in its formulation, which protect the plant against external annoying factors such as insects, diseases & nbsp; Etc. helps. In addition to the active compounds in these materials, there are a number of anti-foaming, diluting and moisturizing compounds to increase the absorption of effective compounds in the formulation of materials used in plant protection.
These protection products are widely used in agriculture. These products, while protecting plants, can harm other plants and animals that are not harmful to the plant. When using protective products such as pesticides, these compounds are spread in the form of spray or dust on the farm space and affect other organisms. Even these compounds enter the water and pollute the groundwater. & nbsp; Therefore, the use of protective products can cause environmental problems. Before authorizing the use of these protection products, the Plant Protection Organization must carefully evaluate the risks and benefits of using them & nbsp; and if approved and compatible with the environment, the protection product can enter the market. During the evaluation of this product, it should have no possible effects on surface water and groundwater, soil, air, as well as ecosystems and biodiversity. Using a product is only acceptable if its benefits outweigh its potential negative effects.