Agricultural chemicals are being used in a growing number of applications, from pesticides to vaccines.
But it’s important to know what to do if you have concerns.
Read more:What you need to know about agricultural chemicalsThe Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) has warned against using agricultural chemicals that are not listed on the World Health Organization’s list of “major environmental pollutants” for use in agriculture, or that contain “non-renewable resources, such as timber and minerals”.
The EPA says: “It is the responsibility of the manufacturer to ensure that the product is not used in agriculture and the risks posed by these chemicals are reduced or eliminated.”
But some people are concerned that they may have accidentally inhaled farm chemicals, including agricultural chemicals like paraffin and borax, which have been used in cosmetic products for decades.
The chemicals are used in the manufacture of perfumes, hair dyes and body lotions.
They can be found in cosmetics, perfumes and toothpastes.
And they’re being used to make synthetic paints, paints for toys, toys for cooking and paints for buildings, according to the EPA.
In a statement, the agency said: “Farm-derived chemical products are increasingly being used for products that may have been produced from genetically engineered crops, which may have altered or altered the genetic code.”
These products may contain toxic or potentially hazardous substances that are potentially toxic to people.
“It is important that the risks associated with these chemicals have been addressed before they are used.”
If you have a concern, you can contact the EPA directly at:For more information about the chemicals that people are putting into their bodies, click here