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A SURVEY STUDY TO ASSESS THE PRACTICE OF BIO PESTICIDES BY TRADITIONAL FARMERS OF GUJARAT, INDIA

Dr. Payalba Chudasama*, Dr. Krishna Kishore Kumar and Dr. Vidhi Bapna Kumath

ABSTRACT

During the British rule most of agricultural land in India had been destroyed because of compulsion to grow crops like Indigo, eucalyptus, cotton, etc. for Indian farmers. Because, most of the European countries were market for the goods prepared from such raw material. Because of such type of compulsory farming the people of India couldn’t get sufficient food. After the independence, the biggest problem against the Government of India was to fulfil the food requirement of the huge population and for that reason the green revolution was promoted wherein, large grains are given MSPs by Govt. and usage of pesticides and chemical based manures was encouraged. As a result of that, India became self-dependent in agriculture and food but by the cost of ever long-term health hazards which increased risk of many life -threatening diseases like cancer and multiple organ failure, infertility etc. At that time this step towards chemical pesticides and manures may be the need of the time but nowadays people are still using such harmful chemical-based pesticides. India has achieved sufficient development at present but poor standards of life for the people of India is still a matter of concern. Such pesticides are present in every food item and even can’t be removed by simple methods like washing and cooking or boiling. So, it’s a time to switch over herbal pesticides which is a need of present era. There are many medicinal plants which are having antimicrobial property and easily available.  Some traditional farmers were interviewed to gather data regarding bio pesticides. The full paper will discuss those bio pesticides. There are many medicinal plants which if used as herbal pesticide or herbicide then the people can be prevented from many deadly diseases caused by chemical pesticide. Many folk practices were famous of herbal pesticides before and many researches also have been carried out with this regard and this is a comprehensive review on traditional as well as contemporary herbal pesticides. Such type of researches will ensure the healthy and disease-free society.

Keywords: Herbal pesticides, traditional pesticides, contemporary herbal pesticides.


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