Pest control

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A crop duster applies pesticide Western corn rootworm

Pest control is group of methods to control some species of animals and plants that are considered by humans as harmful to their health, economy or ecology.[1]

Pest control is as old as agriculture, as there has always been a need to keep crops free from pests.[2] In order to get best results from food production there was always need to protect crops from competing plants trying to kill the crops to grow in its place.[3]

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