STUDIES ON THE IMPACT OF AGROCHEMICALS USED ON THECROPLANDS OF JAGATSINGHPUR DISTRICT OF ODISHA, INDIAGyanesh Dash, KTK Goura Ranjan Mohanty, Diptiman Sahoo, Pallavi Jali, B. Jyotirmayee,Sagarika Parida, Bandita Deo and Gyanranjan Mahalik
Chemical fertilizers are utilized significantly in cutting-edgeagriculture as an approach for improving cropproductivity. Some potential pesticides are generally utilized to decrease the crop loss due to deterioration bymicroorganisms and pests. In any, case sizable utilization of agrochemicals can cause extreme worries tothe surroundings and human health. These chemicals also increase several heavy metals in the soil likechromium, cadmium, copper, arsenic, lead, zinc, and cadmium. Heavy metallic contaminationwithinsidethe soil is a chief environmental situation that negatively impacts large parts of the globe. The current researchwork is an investigation of the utilization of agrochemicals in the Jagatsinghpur district of Odisha and theiradverse impact on the environment and human well-being. During the study, a detailed survey wasconducted among the farmers of Jagatsinghpur district regarding the use of agrochemicals. Soil samplesfrom distinct regions had been gathered for heavy metal and microflora analysis. The end result revealedthat a few agrochemicals boom crop productiveness and concurrently damage the environment, and theirlong-time period use may be catastrophic. Besides the utilization of chemical products, biological productscould be substituted for a cleaner and healthier environment and good human health.