The air-borne movement of the pesticides away from the target of application is defined as Pesticide Drift. It can affect both the urban and the rural communities causing the illness to the human health and the environment. There are 2 types of drifts i.e. spray drift and post-application drift. Spray drift occurs for hours and even days later after the application of pesticides.
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Last date updated on July, 2014