agrichemical

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ag·ri·chem·i·cal

 (ăg′rĭ-kĕm′ĭ-kəl)
n.
Variant of agrochemical.

agrichemical

(ˈæɡrɪˌkɛmɪkəl)
n
a chemical used in agriculture
adj
of both an agricultural and chemical nature
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These technologies are used to produce bio-based chemicals from sugars for use in non-food applications such as lubricants, detergents, plastics, agrichemicals and personal care products.
Hundreds of employees at agrichemicals business Syngenta's Leeds Road works are in the middle of a 60-day consultation period with bosses over proposals to change their defined benefit pension scheme.
com/prnh/20130307/600769 Agrochemicals, also known as agrichemicals, are chemicals that enhance the yield and quality of crops.
Hence, the government is "currently considering whether it should intervene" to boost the management of e-scrap as well as tyres, agrichemicals, farm plastics, refrigerants and other man-made greenhouse gases.
It has diversified in recent years to cover other sectors including agrichemicals, financial services and B2B services.
Peter has done a tremendous job in establishing i2L as one of the leading UK and European biocide and agrichemicals testing CROs and we look forward to supporting him as he expands his successful formula.
Heck, Professor Emeritus at University of Delaware, for their research findings in "palladium-catalyzed cross couplings in organic synthesis", which is being used widely throughout the world as a technology that drastically accelerates organic synthesis reactivity, and that has contributed to the technological advancement of various industries, including pharmaceuticals, agrichemicals, plastics and liquid crystal.
It says one of the new products, Synergen GL 5, was developed specifically to support the crop protection market's interest and growing requirement for more sustainable agrichemicals without compromising on effectiveness.
Through energy conservation and careful planning that includes adoption of agricultural practices and crop choices that reduce water consumption and mitigate water pollution from agrichemicals, and identification of the local and regional water resources that will be needed to meet the biofuel mandate," the authors said, "we can have our drive and drink our water too.
Agrichemicals in surface water and birth defects in the United States.
The evidence implicating agrichemicals in human illness grows all the time.
Colloids are finely dispersed two-phase mixtures widely encountered in everyday life in the form of pharmaceuticals, foodstuffs and agrichemicals.