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What are pesticides? Pesticides are a toxic spray to get rid of pests. Control pests from eating crops and causing diseases
What is the issue with pesticides? Dangerous to be around once sprayed Harmful to be in contact with freshly sprayed pesticides
Disadvantages Deadly chemicals Do not stay in area where crops are growing Will sink down to soil and effect upcoming blossoms.
Advantages Controls damaged food products Keeps homes bug free Help prevent diseases
Where are the pesticides found? Food, air, farmer markets, and schools Mostly found in most cities
Damages over the years Pesticides have polluted air since their first “appearance” Have damaged crops investments
How do pesticides affect humans? Sore throats Some pesticides cause asthma if inhaled for a long time Birth defects
Animals effected by pesticides Cause endangered species numbers to incline Can make them have a secondary poisoning Damage food source for some animals
Plants effected by pesticides Some plants die from DDT Plants could have a mutated cell like it were to have cancer
Solutions Plant organically Try to use an alternative rather than spray a harmful spray into the environment Buy organic products
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