Pesticide Factsheet: Neonicotinoids
Neonicotinoids are a relatively new class of insecticides, launched in 1991. They are synthetic derivatives of nicotine, the tobacco toxin. Signs and symptoms of Neonicotinoid poisoning include vomiting, headache, sluggishness, tachycardia, hypertension, loss of consciousness, respiratory failure, liver and kidney dysfunction, coma and death. Learn more about the health and environmental effects of this hazardous pesticide in this factsheet series by PAN Asia Pacific (PANAP).
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