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Instructions not to use weeds as fodder after spraying

Agricultural experts have advised not to use weeds as fodder after spraying. Farmers should avoid using weeds as fodder to livestock, especially goats, cows, and buffaloes, after spraying weedicides. This is because the toxic effects of the spray can enter the stomachs of animals through weeds and adversely affect milk and meat production. While the lives of these animals can also be endangered. The use of Bar Harrow or weeding should also be avoided after spraying the weedicide so that the effect of the poison lasts longer. “Care should be taken during spraying and no space should be left vacant during this time.” Even spraying on the empty edges of a wheat field can have the best effect.

 

 

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