Neonicotinoids and a Brief History of ‘Indulgence Paper’ to Harm the Nature

Neonicotinoids are a relatively new class of insecticides that share a common mode of action that affect the central nervous system of insects, resulting in paralysis and death. They include imidacloprid, acetamiprid, clothianidin, dinotefuran, nithiazine, thiacloprid and thiamethoxam. These are the insecticides which are ingested by the plant and transported to all the cells which later results in the death of the insects while it is consumed by the insects . This one is one of the earliest patent for Neonictinoids based insecticides applied by Monsanto at 2002 . At 2004 by BASF . Then comes the Bayer earlier at 2003 . Giant in AgroChem manufacturing Syngenta filled at 2008 . This one has been filled by India’s ‘Desi’ (Desi Exploiter ) Tata Chemical for a neonics based insecticide at 2013 . Monsanto India , Bayer , Syngenta ( Under the name of Deccan Fine chemical ) , BASF, Tata chemicals are the big bosses of insecticide market in India along with hundred more , which have already invested millions of money and will be going on investing . To be on the line of ‘Giant Go’ they’ve already secured the ‘Indulgence Paper’ to harm the ecosystem by filling patents equipped with heinous research papers concluded by the brainwashed or whatever researchers having no idea about what actually they’re doing at lab and what might be the effect of their ‘successful findings’ ! And the entire game under the covers of ‘Emerging Economy’, it will certainly destroy the finest systems of Nature we have ever had . Probably due to the fact that ‘insecticides’ are one of the least talked topic in India , we all are also responsible to be precise !

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