Inorganic Disease Control

Inorganic disease control refers to the use of synthetic chemicals or other non-organic materials to manage plant diseases in agriculture. It includes the use of fungicides and other chemicals to prevent or control diseases, as well as the use of synthetic fertilizers and other soil amendments.

Inorganic disease control can be effective in controlling diseases and increasing yields, but it can also have negative impacts on the environment and human health if not used properly. It is a controversial approach to disease management, and there is growing interest in alternatives such as in organic control and integrated disease management. Overall, inorganic disease control requires careful consideration of the benefits and risks, and should be used in conjunction with other strategies to ensure sustainable and safe agriculture.

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