Increasing health risks by heavy metals through use of Vegetables and Crops

Author(s): Adnan Hussain

Heavy metal is a problem word described in various ways by a variety of authoritative bodies. The word is also applied to metals that are poisonous. The concept was first used by Bjerrum in 1936. Heavy metals are now increasingly a global concern. It directly or indirectly influenced the agricultural system. We face very severe health issues because of this. Pakistan faces this question, too, since many countries throughout the world lack clean water. Swage and industrial water are rich in nutrients. It is because farmers use this toxic wastewater in order to produce greater yields for irrigation purposes. Farmers use these types of water in urban areas in Pakistan to increase irrigation health risks.