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Organic Farming is More Profitable than Traditional Agriculture

Food security has always been the most strategic goal for countries around the world. Food safety is an additional unit resulting from the number of vital and immune system factors in production, handling and storage. The extent of this damage depends on the control systems after harvesting and pest control. Pests of destructive drugs play an important role in harvesting sensitive and semi-transparent agricultural products.

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Wheat is the main human food, and food security and safety plans include production and protection.

Wheat products will vary by 20 million tons to satisfy our food, food and seed needs for years. In 2010, the demand for wheat will reach 25.5 million tonnes. Currently, there is some shortage of domestic production added to imports. Scientists say the wheat loss after harvest is between 2.5% and 15.3% because there is no understanding of the control and storage systems of protocols and the uncertainty of the market depending on the handling and storage conditions, as they are high in the private sector.

Food grains are now protected from pests for insects and ready-made vapors. In 1990, the Punjabi Food Board used aluminum alloy pieces of phosphorus per cubic meter to control wheat pest storage, which is now used for three types of insects. By using our national natural resources, many foreign currencies can be avoided when importing pesticides. In addition, the World Trade Organization Codex Alimentarius Commission recommends that organic pests be produced in accordance with international standards. On the basis of the needs, it was decided to carry out an organic pest control study on stored wheat and selected local plants.

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Recently, several scientists have shown insecticidal properties in laboratory studies, including the prevention of toxicity, the search, the protection of surfaces and the prevention of pests from spawning to storage of cereals. Therefore, these vegetable oils are used to control organic and integrated sterile, sterile and various packaging materials under natural product conditions. This was done to develop an IPM Code of Conduct for a City Safe Storage System, replacing synthetic pesticides.

Jute and spray-free cotton bags made of fabric of different density (mesh size) with three different cooking oils and three mixtures, three storage periods (30, 60 and 90 days), three copies. The infected new crop of wheat was packed in bags and treated with different strengths of the test substance to assess their different toxicity and antibacterial properties. The test apparatus is placed in a field of ventilated wheat under favorable conditions so that the insects can propagate the stored products.

Attempts have been made to show significant concentrations of the mixture as a concentration to assess their effect. At certain times, data on deaths, printing on treated bags and insect numbers were collected. At the end of the experiment, the wheat obtained from the treatment and the untreated rheumatoid arthritis test was produced to satisfy changes in the dough and the foam.

When analyzing the data, different concentrations, shelf life, and packaging effects on insect pests and insect poisoning effects on their association with vegetable oils. There was a positive correlation between bactericidal and bactericidal effects on photon pulp concentration, but a negative correlation with retention time. The penetration of the bag is inversely related to the frequency of insects corresponding to the density of the package. The three vegetable oils, a vegetable oil, each with a concentration of 10%, must be effectively packaged in a small insect control cotton cloth for two months and gradually reduced in the third month.

Silty studies have shown that wheat dough has not evolved significantly from wheat stored in botanical bags. In addition, sensory flavors or coffee packs that were not found in packaged bags of wheat flour showed.

Author Bio:

Hello, my name is Syed Ghufran and I live in Karachi, Pakistan. I am doing post graduation in Mass Communication from Karachi University. By profession, I am a blog writer and currently, I am connected with Post Free Ads in Pakistan – Clickr. My hobbies are reading, researching and learning small things on daily basis. I always belive in “Live the Life You Love, Love The Life You Live”.

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