The pesticide is a term used to describe the human-made chemical used in agriculture to management control of the pest. The suffix “-cide” literally means “kill”, therefore, pesticide refers to a chemical substance that kills pests, insects, microbes and pathogens. And weeds has been developed; pesticides not replaced.
Water scarcity is a term used to describe a country or region where the annual renewable water supplies are below 1000 m3 per person.
Cotton production impact on natural resources diagram
Water pollution is a term used to describe the lowering of water quality due to input of sewage, pesticides, agricultural run-off, and industrial wastes that can result in harm to aquatic plants and animals.
Wastewater is a term used to describe the spent or used water from a home, community, farm, or industry that contains dissolved or suspended matter.
Urban runoff water is a term used to describe stormwater from city streets and adjacent domestic or commercial properties.
Surface runoff water is a term used to describe the snow melts or irrigation water above what can infiltrate the soil surface and stored in small surface depressions; a major transporter of nonpoint source pollutants in rivers, streams, and lakes.
Surface water is the generic name used to describe all water that is naturally open to the atmosphere (rivers, lakes, reservoirs, ponds, streams, impoundments, seas, estuaries, etc.)