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What to Do in a Pesticide Emergency

Despite popular belief, no drug is intrinsically safe or dangerous. If you are exposed to too much of any drug, even the most benign, it can be hazardous. Pesticides are created to be poisonous to the pest in question while remaining safe for the individuals who employ them. Accidents and misuse, on the other hand, do happen, and they can result in illness or harm. The potential for a pesticide to cause harm is determined by various elements, including toxicity, absorption route, exposure length, and the population at risk. To avoid pesticide drift and damage, you may do a few things ahead of time.