Disease Control

Disease control is the process of managing and preventing the spread of plant and animal diseases in agriculture. It involves a range of strategies, such as the use of vaccines, antibiotics, and biosecurity measures to prevent the introduction and spread of diseases. Disease control is crucial for maintaining the health and productivity of agricultural systems, and for protecting human and animal health. However, it can also have negative impacts on the environment and raise ethical concerns regarding the use of antibiotics and other treatments. Overall, disease control requires a balance of effective management strategies and responsible use of treatments to ensure sustainable and safe agriculture.

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