The antispray movement is a grassroots effort to prevent the use of pesticides for the purpose of controlling or eradicating insect populations. The movement takes its name from the aerosol cans used to dispense pesticides, which give the appearance of a spray.

The modern antispray movement began in the early 1990s as a response to the increasing use of pesticides in agriculture. Pesticides are used to protect crops from insects and other pests, but they can also have harmful effects on human health and the environment.

The antispray movement has grown into a global movement, with activists in countries around the world working to prevent the use of pesticides. The movement has been successful in raising awareness about the dangers of pesticides, and has helped to reduce the use of pesticides in many countries.

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