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Millions of rice cultivating farmers of Chhattisgarh to get affected. Posted On 21st February, 2020 : Posted By VISHAL MEDIA
Millions of rice cultivating farmers of Chhattisgarh to get affected.
Insecticide Prohibition Order 2020 on Tricyclazole&Buprofezin
under Gazette Notification dated 31st Jan 2020, S.O. 531(E).
Raipur, 21st February 2020 : Millions of rice cultivating farmers of Chhattisgarh will get affected due to Insecticide Prohibition Order 2020 on Tricyclazole&Buprofezinunder Gazette Notification dated 31st Jan 2020, (S.O.531-E).
Central Govt. issued a fast-track notification on prohibition of Tricyclazole&Buprofezinafter considering the views of the Inter Ministerial Committee whichopined that the use of Tricyclazole and Buprofezin may be health hazardous to human, which was only a one sided approach without considering and analyzing full practical data, evidences, studies, references available and its success globally from other countries, farmers, manufacturers.
EU (European Union) along with other regions, is still reviewing these 2 products.
Rather than prohibition, Indian Govt. should have stressed on ensuring and allowing its judicious and responsible use by farmers, considering the unique benefits of the molecule when used judiciously and positive learnings from other countries on its usage, where it has benefitted farmers.
Further Govt. also missed to understand the direct & indirect impacts of this potential ban (e.g. limited effective alternatives, proliferation of black market, counterfeit products).
Govt. should take special care of Indian farmers, as at any point of time, some or the other Indian regionsí farmers keep suffering in India due to various reasons such as floods, drought, debt, use of lower quantity pesticides due to less investments producing a decreased yield.
Govt. should take into consideration all possible means and ways to make Indian farmers prosper, by always taking a judicious and holistic policy decision, which can be done by controlling new variantsí usage in farming, along with continuing the study and in-depth analysis on these, rather than banning and prohibitions in a hurry under the probable pressure of few beneficiaries and lobbyists.
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