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her·bi·cide

 (hûr′bĭ-sīd′, ûr′-)
n.
A substance used to destroy or inhibit the growth of plants, especially weeds.

her′bi·cid′al (-sīd′l) adj.

herbicide

(ˈhɜːbɪˌsaɪd)
n
(Chemistry) a chemical that destroys plants, esp one used to control weeds
ˌherbiˈcidal adj
ˌherbiˈcidally adv

herb•i•cide

(ˈhɜr bəˌsaɪd, ˈɜr-)

n.
a substance or preparation for killing plants, esp. weeds.
[1895–1900]
her`bi•cid′al, adj.

her·bi·cide

(hûr′bĭ-sīd′, ûr′bĭ-sīd′)
A chemical used to kill weeds. Compare fungicide, insecticide, pesticide.

herbicide

A chemical compound that will kill or damage plants.

herbicide

a substance for destroying plants, especially weeds or other unwanted species; a weed-killer. — herbicidal, adj.
See also: Plants
a substance for killing unwanted plant growth.
See also: Killing
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.herbicide - a chemical agent that destroys plants or inhibits their growthherbicide - a chemical agent that destroys plants or inhibits their growth
Agent Orange - a herbicide used in the Vietnam War to defoliate forest areas
As, atomic number 33, arsenic - a very poisonous metallic element that has three allotropic forms; arsenic and arsenic compounds are used as herbicides and insecticides and various alloys; found in arsenopyrite and orpiment and realgar
atrazine - a synthetic compound derived from triazine that is widely used as an agricultural herbicide; "atrazine is thought to cause cancer and is banned in some European countries"
chemical, chemical substance - material produced by or used in a reaction involving changes in atoms or molecules
linuron - a herbicide that kills weeds without harming vegetables
paraquat - a poisonous yellow solid used in solution as a herbicide
silvex - a herbicide that is effective in controlling woody plants but is toxic to animals
simazine - a herbicide used to control weeds (especially among crops)
Translations
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herbicid

herbicide

[ˈhɜːbɪsaɪd] Nherbicida m

herbicide

[ˈhɜːrbɪsaɪd] nherbicide m

herbicide

nHerbizid nt

herbicide

[ˈhɜːbɪˌsaɪd] nerbicida m

herbicide

n herbicida m
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Systems including combined applications of residual herbicides, such as sulfentrazone, diclosulam, and S-metolachlor, following applications of post-emergence herbicides, such as glyphosate, have been used to manage weeds that are difficult to control--resistant or tolerant to herbicides (Lopes-Ovejero et al., 2013).
Toxicogenetic effects of low concentrations of the pesticides imidacloprid and sulfentrazone individually and in combination in in vitro tests with HepG2 cells and Salmonella typhimurium.
Flumioxazin, sulfentrazone, chlorimuron, S-metolachlor, and pyroxasulfone are some examples in soybean production [15, 16].
(Actara, Benomil, Carbofuran, Diuron 800, Etilenox, Fluazifop butil, Glifosato, Hexazinone + Diuron, Imazaphyr, Isoxaflutole, Lambid-cialo trin, MSMA, Paraquat, Plateau 70 DG, Plenum, Sencor 480, Sulfentrazone and 2,4-D-amina) in concentrations of 800 ppm of the active ingredient.
We selected the following herbicides to evaluate the BCF: acetochlor, ametryn, clomazone, diuron, hexazinone, metribuzin, picloram, simazine, sulfentrazone and tebuthiuron.
Herbicides such as halosulfuron, pendimethalin, rimsulfuron, S-metolachlor, sulfentrazone and trifluralin are used, depending upon the site and weed spectrum.
However, the mix of Alion plus another herbicide such as Prowl (pendimethalin) and Zeus (sulfentrazone) was the most effective.