Insecticide

Insecticide

Pest control - Differing approaches to - pest control - are equally notable. In chemical farming, a specific insecticide may be applied to quickly kill off a particular insect pest. Chemical controls can dramatically reduce pest populations for the short term, yet by unavoidably killing (or starving) natural predator insects and animals, cause an ultimate increase in the pest population. Repeated use of insecticides and herbicides and other pesticides also encourages rapid natural selection of resistant insects, plants and other organisms, necessitating increased use, or requiring new, more powerful controls. In contrast, organic farming tends to tolerate some pest populations while taking a longer-term approach. Organic pest control involves the cumulative effect of many techniques, including: allowing for an acceptable level of pest damage; encouraging predatory beneficial insects to control pests; encouraging beneficial microorganisms careful crop selection, choosing disease-resistant varieties planting companion crops that discourage or divert pests; using row covers to protect crops during pest migration periods;

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