Anne Evans, of Green Island, wants to help save other children from the agony she says her family has suffered.
She spoke out today following the release this morning of the findings of a Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution.
The report concluded that the public needed more protection from pesticides and to be better informed about the possible dangers.
It recommended ‘no-spray zones’ while more research was done looking at the link between illness and exposure to organo-phosphates and other substances used by farmers.
The findings have come as a great relief to Mrs Evans, who has been campaigning for action since experts in England linked her 20-year-old son’s ill health to pesticides.
Her campaigning resulted in her being asked to give evidence to the Royal Commission about her son’s story.
She also told them about research she has done on suspected pesticide poisoning among bee keepers in France.