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In this paper, I have prepared this paper considering the time period from 1999-00 to 2010-11 under pesticide affected and insect affected crops. In it, I have studied technically grade material in Madhya Pradesh and the goal related to it and the achievement of the goal is explained. Along with this, an attempt has been made to clearly explain the impact of pests on major crops produced in Madhya Pradesh. Under this, various crops like maize, sorghum and paddy are included and related to this and after studding deeply the diseases caused by them in the affected areas and crops this research paper has been prepared and has also shown the least and most affected areas so that this paper can be summarized in conclusion, I will say that I have prepared this paper by including all the necessary elements according to the title. (Agrawal,P.C.1960).



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