With this said, there's very little reason to consider DDT against bed bugs. DDT becomes more concentrated the higher it climbs in the food chain, and many people have voiced their concern about its possible presence in humans. 15% if 2,17,650 which will amount to Rs. China & India still make DDT. Firstly, it is no longer available in most of the world. The US stopped pushing it in 1972, but it was still used into the 1980's to eradicate the Mediterranean Fruit Fly. Any help will be much appreciated . I thought DDT might get your attention. It is virtually insoluble in water, but readily dissolves in fat. Therefore the DDT on Rs 1 lakhs will be Rs 32647.50 *This rate is exclusive of surcharge and cess. <<