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Those who maintain their own garden know that annual crop failures are part of it. Not everything that you want to grow, finally grows splendid and can be harvested. The reasons are different. In addition to weather-related failures and pests that affect the plant play a crucial role. It is understandable that crop failures in private cultivation are annoying. The use of pesticides can help counteract or regulate. What applies to private cultivation is particularly important in agriculture. For example, crop failures can often only be minimized by adding pesticides. The elimination of various weeds can be curbed with pesticides. Growth-regulating agents are also used in agriculture. The approval of individual plant protection products for the private sector, but also in agriculture is subject to strict requirements. The Plant Protection Act (PflSchG) takes clear precautions in this respect. Definitions of pesticides can be found in § 2 no. 9 of the legal text.
For and against pesticides
There is still some controversy as to whether crop protection products should be used. Organic agriculture is on the rise and is becoming increasingly important. Nevertheless, this part of the cultivation occupies a very small part in the overall structure. Without the use of pesticides, so the common argument, could not satisfy the global food needs permanently. The reasoning in the private sector looks different. The cultivation serves here usually not the complete assurance of supply, but is considered an additional source or has largely hobby character. Anyone wishing to maintain a pure organic garden without the intervention of regulators will certainly be skeptical about the use of pesticides. Fighting weeds by natural means is certainly tedious, but by no means impossible. However, it is also a fact that especially in recent years, mild pesticides have been developed that are biologically acceptable. The decision for or against the use of plant protection products can not be universally accepted. Arguments can be found for both postions, the decision depends not least on the personal conviction.
What you need to know about the use of pesticides and what means and accessories are necessary and recommended, you will find in our section "Plant protection products".

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