Insecticides are the insect killers that are formulated to repel, kill, harm, or mitigate one or more classes of insect. These work in dissimilar ways and can also be packaged in numerous forms including dusts, gels, sprays, and baits. Because of these factors, these are made to target insects that ruin the farm and environment. These are applicable to control numerous pests as well as disease carriers, such as ticks, rats, mosquitoes, and mice. Insecticides are applicable in agriculture to control weeds, insect diseases and infestation. These enable the farmers to make more crops per unit area with less spadework, thus dipping deforestation, preserving natural resources and cutting soil erosion.