2021
DOI: 10.3889/oamjms.2021.5565
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Pesticide Toxicity Prevention in Farmer’s Community Movement

Abstract: BACKGROUND: Pesticide toxicity is a serious problem in poor and developing countries agricultural communities, including Indonesia. AIM: This study aims to design an effort of pesticide toxicity prevention. METHODS: This is participation action research in look, think, and action cycle of pesticide use process as a qualitative study. The participants were taken by purposive technique and data collected with focus group discussion, in-depth interviews, self-report, and observation. Data were analyze… Show more

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“…Nevertheless, Kilonzi et al [3] found that farmers 88% who participated in training and awareness exercises and were more likely to follow pesticide safety precautions. Mahyuni et al [16] also conclude that farmers must pay attention to the wind direction and spraying route when applying pesticides to prevent negative effects on themselves and other persons in the environment. The training and awareness sessions demonstrated some changes as all the respondents agreed that there should be no smoking when applying pesticides.…”
Section: Analysis Of Respondents' On Application Timing Wind Directio...mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Nevertheless, Kilonzi et al [3] found that farmers 88% who participated in training and awareness exercises and were more likely to follow pesticide safety precautions. Mahyuni et al [16] also conclude that farmers must pay attention to the wind direction and spraying route when applying pesticides to prevent negative effects on themselves and other persons in the environment. The training and awareness sessions demonstrated some changes as all the respondents agreed that there should be no smoking when applying pesticides.…”
Section: Analysis Of Respondents' On Application Timing Wind Directio...mentioning
confidence: 99%