Thursday, October 2, 2008

Pakistan Beats India in Pesticide Safety

We are better at cricket, movies, and currying favor with the Americans, but have fallen behind in pesticide safety terms. Read the news at the following link:

The empowerment of rural women and pesticide safety are best linked. After all, gynecological cancer threats from drift and dermal toxicity make females unwitting victims of pesticide abuse by their men. Besides, who is better placed than mothers and sisters to look after children, and to ensure their pesticide safety?

Beneficial insect rearing is a top way to involve women in pesticide safety. Endogram and Endosulfan-tolerant Chrysoperla can improve pesticide safety levels significantly. This is apart from the benefit of providing income and independence to rural women.

Pakistan has been nominated for an award in 2008. You can win in future by supporting the Endogram, Endocel, and Endosulfan-tolerant Chrysoperla triad. Please start today. Post below if you need help.

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