Saturday, May 24, 2008

What do Top U.S. Universities Think of Endosulfan?

1. Endosulfan is effective against a wide range of pests.

2. It works by contact. This implies utility when one needs to manage a sudden outbreak quickly.

3. Endosulfan can be used to preserve wood apart from its farm applications.

4. Endosulfan can be combined with other pesticides, can be formulated in many different ways, and has two distinct isomers: there are plenty of new development projects that can be productively run around such versatility.

5. Endosulfan has relatively low inhalation toxicity, and is less damaging than other pesticides for the skin and eyes. These are useful properties in the management of spray drift.

Here is the link from which this exemplary profile has been drawn:

Safety margins for Endosulfan are adequate for skilled operators. The molecule is appropriate for safe and judicious use.

It is feasible to use Endosulfan without endangering people or the environment.

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