Buprofezin is replacing conventional broad-spectrum insecticides in many cropping systems around the world owing to activity against sucking pests and selectivity to almost all key beneficial insects.
Pesticides are compounds used to manage fields to prevent formation of pests after the harvesting process. Botanical pesticides are naturally occurring chemicals extracted from plants known to have insecticidal properties. As majority of the synthetic pesticide chemicals cause environmental hazards, botanical pesticides are being deployed as essential alternatives for pest management. 
The boom sprayer is a pipe with a nozzle attached to it. It helps in evenly spraying the pesticides and fertilizers on the crop.
Fish can be cultured in one of four culture systems—ponds, raceways, recirculating systems or cages. A cage is a system that confines the fish or shellfish in a mesh enclosure. A cage has a completely rigid frame (on all sides).
Cage culture uses existing water resources (ponds, rivers, estuaries, open ocean, etc.) but confines the fish inside some type of mesh enclosure. The mesh retains the fish, making it easier to feed, observe and harvest them. The mesh also allows the water to pass freely between the fish and surrounding water resource, thus maintaining good water quality and removing wastes.
Agricultural Inputs include all substances or materials which used in the production or handling of organic agricultural products.
Agricultural inoculants are formulations containing one or more beneficial microorganism strains, (or species) which help in plant growth and development, directly or indirectly. These microorganisms consume several elements from soil as food sources and excrete these into more available materials for plants. Agricultural inoculants are gaining popularity because of their multi-functional benefits to plants in sustainable agriculture.
Buprofezin is replacing conventional broad-spectrum insecticides in many cropping systems around the world owing to activity against sucking pests and selectivity to almost all key beneficial insects.
Pesticides are compounds used to manage fields to prevent formation of pests after the harvesting process. Botanical pesticides are naturally occurring chemicals extracted from plants known to have insecticidal properties. As majority of the synthetic pesticide chemicals cause environmental hazards, botanical pesticides are being deployed as essential alternatives for pest management. 
The boom sprayer is a pipe with a nozzle attached to it. It helps in evenly spraying the pesticides and fertilizers on the crop.
Fish can be cultured in one of four culture systems—ponds, raceways, recirculating systems or cages. A cage is a system that confines the fish or shellfish in a mesh enclosure. A cage has a completely rigid frame (on all sides).
Cage culture uses existing water resources (ponds, rivers, estuaries, open ocean, etc.) but confines the fish inside some type of mesh enclosure. The mesh retains the fish, making it easier to feed, observe and harvest them. The mesh also allows the water to pass freely between the fish and surrounding water resource, thus maintaining good water quality and removing wastes.