The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare on 24th November 2022, published the Insecticides (Second Amendment) Rules, 2022 to further amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare (MoAFW) on November 22, 2022, published the Draft Insecticides (Amendment) Rules, 2022. To further amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971 They shall come into effect on November 22, 2022.

The Ministry of agriculture and farmer’s welfare (MoAFW) on October 27, 2022, issued a notification to further amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971. this has come into force on October 27, 2022.

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare on January 20, 2022 has issued the Draft Insecticides ( Amendment) Rules, 2022 to further amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971. The following amendment has been made: In rule 19, which specifies Manner of Labelling, sub-rule (5) has been substituted, namely: “(3).

The Ministry of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare on September 03, 2021 has issued the Insecticides (Amendment) Rules, 2021 to further amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Adverse Effect of Insecticides, 26/04/2016. The Central Government monitors pesticides residues in various agricultural commodities etc. under the central scheme “Monitoring of Pesticides Residues at National Level” (MPRNL). The annual report of MPRNL for 2014-15 shows that 2.6 % of all samples of commodities contained pesticide residues above the Maximum Residues Limits (MRLs) fixed by the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India.

Question raised in Lok Sabha on Use of Banned Pesticides, 15/03/2016. There are 261 technical pesticides registered under section 9(3) of the Insecticides Act, 1968. The list is at Annexure-I. In addition, the details of the formulations registered are at Annexure-II. The Government registers pesticides only after a detailed evaluation of safety and efficacy to human, animal and environmental health. Technical reviews are carried out from time to time and continued use of pesticides is permitted only if found safe.

The following draft rules further to amend the Insecticides Rules, 1971, which the Central Government proposes to make in exercise of the powers conferred by section 36 of the Insecticides Act, 1968 (46 of 1968) is hereby published, as required by the said section, for information of all persons likely to be affected thereby; and notice is hereb

MALAPPURAM: Even though the Supreme Court banned endosulfan in the country in May 2011, the Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee (CIBRC) continues to list it under approved pestici

Standing Committee on Chemicals and Fertilizers (2012-13), present this Thirty-Sixth Report on the subject 'Production and Availability of Pesticides' of the Ministry of Chemicals and Fertilizers (Department of Chemicals and Petrochemicals).

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