Banned Pesticides in India

Here are the list of banned pesticides in India.

  • Herbicide Sale Picks Up In Andhra Pradesh

    The need for controlled herbicides has increased as farm activity has increased across the Andhra Pradesh state as a result of the favourable rains. During the current season, the state is expected to sell herbicides worth close to Rs 400 crore.…

  • Government Likely to Ban 27 Pesticides; Check List Here

    About 27 pesticides are likely to be banned by the Central Government. The Union Minister for Agriculture and Farmers’ Welfare, Narendra Singh Tomar, announced this recently in the Rajya Sabha.…

  • Punjab Govt. Bans sale and use of 9 Agro-chemicals

    Punjab government ordered ban on the sale as well as use of 9 agro-chemicals after the agri department found these pesticides were still being used by cultivators despite being harmful to the quality of paddy.…

  • Punjab Government Bans Sale of Nine Pesticides including these Chemical Formulations

    After the center decides to ban license of 27 pesticides, the state government of Punjab has banned the sale of at least nine types of pesticides, insecticides and fungicides in the ongoing Kharif season with immediate effect. Keeping in mind the hazardous effects of these…

  • Government Revokes Ban on Pesticides after Strong Reactions from the Industry

    It was earlier this week that the Indian Government had banned the use of 27 pesticides on grounds that it had chemicals that were harmful to humans and animals. The ban had prompted strong reactions from the pesticide industry that threatened to go to the…

  • Latest News: Govt Issues Draft Order for Banning 27 Pesticides

    The Centre has issued draft order to the Pesticide Action Network (PAN) India to ban 27 pesticides, in India. These 27 pesticides are already banned in many other countries. The issue has received welcoming response from the PAN and it has requested the Agriculture Ministry…

  • Ban the Sale of Pesticides in Meghalaya

    The decline in the population of honeybees is not restricted to Meghalaya. This problem is also being face by Punjab, Kerala, Maharashtra, and many other states in the country. Reports suggest that honey bees population is declining across the globe and even in our state…

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