The effects of pesticides on the environment
The effects of pesticides on the environment are varied and very broad. The most volatile pesticides, that is to say the most inclined to go into gaseous state, can be disseminated by the wind. They can then pollute the air and the soil, in the event of rain for example, sometimes far from the place where they were applied.
So, as a safest initiative, we present ☆ Zyminsect ☆ the first biological veterinary event.
In order to be able to eradicate all these types of pests, we were able to develop a biological insecticide “ALL IN ONE”, non toxic and non ecotoxic (toxicological study, published by the National Center of Pharmacovigilance under the aegis of the Tunisian Ministry of public Health).
As an insecticide, it is the perfect biological liquid solution, which does not affect your plants as well as the users (with zero traces of chemical molecules).
It is used by spraying on all surfaces, in fields to easily kill invasive insects, on all garden plants, animals, in poultry houses, stables for cattle, etc.
The tested effectiveness of this product ranges from the smallest flying or crawling insect to the scorpion, without harming human health, so it poses no danger to the user or to children when touched or inhaled.
Dr. Haj M’Hamed. A