Systematically use fertilizer and pesticide in cultivation without chemical residues

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Agricultural inputs, particularly fertilizers and pesticides, are useful for the cultivation of crops, including paddy all over the country.
As 670,000 tonnes of urea fertilizers and 16,000 tonnes of pesticide were imported from October 2020 to April 2021 for domestic use, businesspersons need to distribute such kind of agricultural inputs to farmers at fair prices, without focusing on self-interests only.
State-owned and private-run plants produce fertilizers and pesticides for agricultural purpose. However, they cannot still meet the domestic demand. Hence, businesspersons import such kinds of agricultural inputs to be met the demand.
Emphasizing the use of quality agricultural inputs by farmers at fair prices, only when fair profits can be created for the companies which operate trading of those inputs on a commercial scale can an economical chain be sustained. Businesspersons are allowed to apply for the import of agricultural inputs through the Myanmar Agricultural Inputs Registration System (MAIRS) online.
As the number of fertilizers and pesticide are of variety, users need to take care of efficient use of them in farmlands. It is because fertilizer and pesticide are generally made of chemical elements.
Being an agro-based country, Myanmar can enjoy fruitful results from the agricultural sector by earning income from trading and exportation of agricultural products. In this regard, these products need to be free from chemical residue. As such, farmers should especially take care of using fertilizers, pesticides and other chemicals fed to their farmlands with the aim of increasing the per-acre yield of crops.
Chemical residues in crops do not benefit both consumers and producers. Content of chemical residues is like betting between users and consumers. Such betting may ruin businesses of users as well as cause losing lives of consumers.
Such a chemical residue can bring side effects to consumers, causing serious health hazards. On the one hand, no one country accepts the import of agricultural products containing chemical residues. The exporters, therefore, may face unexpected loss in the export of products.

Hence, farmers need to receive laboratory tests over agricultural products before exportation. Simultaneously, people should check packages of crops with the technical assistance of authorized organizations before consumption for staying away from possibly hazardous nutrition.

Hence, farmers need to receive laboratory tests over agricultural products before exportation. Simultaneously, people should check packages of crops with the technical assistance of authorized organizations before consumption for staying away from possibly hazardous nutrition.

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