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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Chemical VS. Biological Pest Control - Effects on human health and that of the environment.-Children exposed to pesticides have increased rates of leukemia and brain cancer.-They also damage the lungs and the nervous system.- Pollute the air, water and ground.- Plant and animal life may die or become sick and malformed.-harms other organisms in addition to their targeted pest.-The pest may become resistant to the pesticide. - The top benefit of pesticides is their effectiveness against bugs and animals that eat crops.- Controls insects rodents and they prevent the spread of diseases.- They protect buildings from termite infestations.- Keeps the price of clothing and food down by eliminating predators that would destroy crops raising the costs of things like corn and cotton.-Surgical instruments are disinfected with them. -Farmers and gardeners don't need to worry about poisoning themselves.-There are no toxic chemicals to store, and no concerns about children or animals discovering stored pesticides.- They do not give off dangerous gasses.- Targets a narrow range of pets, sometimes even a single species.-Other beneficial insects, birds, birds reptiles and animals living the area remain unharmed. -many people perceive "natural" as good.-Under ideal conditions, biological control has a sustainability that is lacking in some other management options.-You must tolerate some level of infestation to sustain beneficial insect populations.-The shipping, storage and application techniques are relatively complex.-Control is sometimes erratic for environmental or ecological reasons that may not be apparent. Help me!!!! - Biological pest controls produce as much as $32 of benefit for every $1 invested, while chemical controls average only $2.50 in benefits for each $1 invested. -There are three basic types of biological pest control strategies: importation (sometimes called classical biological control), augmentation and conservation. Natural enemies of insect pests, also known as biological control agents, include predators, parasitoids, and pathogens. -Chemical pest controllers are pesticides used to destroy and eliminate annoying pests that contain chemicals unsafe for human consumption; some can be accidentally swallowed, absorbed through the skin or inhaled. Pesticides have variable toxicity rates Chemical Pest Control Biological Pest control I am not going to die!!!!!!!!
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