Pesticide synthesis is based upon obtaining a certain function and constructing the rest of the molecule that goes around that function.
Thomas A. Unger
On Pesticide Synthesis Handbook described to, that pesticide target successful is very very imitated, in one way or another, thus giving rise to a family of products. That is why over 98% of all pesticides can be classified in one of the main families of products, the remaining being products one-of-a-kind.
Pak R. Kenneth Horst in 2013 explain in the book Westcott’s Plant Disease Handbook that, Since the establishment of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA-USA) in 1972 there has been increased concern on the use of toxic chemicals for controlling plant disease. With hundreds of synthetic organic compounds being screened each year. Fyi, majority of pesticide we were used containing organic compound. Moreover, this concern has generated renewed interest in integrated pest management (IPM) and biological control strategies in the 1980’s. This news look like something ancient and new discovery in here. Although we found full non-pesticide synthesis to.
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Controlling of a plant disease means reduction in the amount of damage caused, not fully control the target, just reduction. And today, more than 8000 species of fungi cause plants disease.