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Strategies for pest control and its uses

Kathe Wilson

Using pest control techniques, the management of a species known as a bug, a member of the animal kingdom that negatively affects human activities, is referred to as bug control. The human response varies depending on the severity of the suffering caused and might range from resilience through discouragement and management to attempts to completely eradicate the problem. The implementation of bother control measures might be a part of a coordinated bother management strategy. In farming, social, chemical, and organic methods are used to keep bugs at the entrance. There is an advanced trend to limit the use of pesticides as much as is practical, and soil improvement and furrowing during recent sowing reduce the nuisance burden.

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