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Habiba Muhammad

mention two ways of controlling pests

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  1. Here are two ways of controlling pests:

    1. Chemical control: This method involves using chemical substances, such as pesticides, to kill or repel pests. Pesticides can be applied to plants, soil, or other surfaces to control pests such as insects, rodents, and weeds. Chemical control can be highly effective but can also have negative impacts on the environment and human health if not used properly. It is essential to follow safety guidelines and use pesticides only as directed.

    2. Biological control: This method involves using natural predators, parasites, or diseases to control pests. For example, introducing ladybugs to a garden can help control aphids, or releasing a virus that affects only a specific pest can help reduce its population. Biological control is generally considered more environmentally friendly and sustainable than chemical control, but it may not always be as effective or practical.

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