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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He added that Solvay's decision to offer exclusive distributorship of the products to Baconco also shows its prominence in the agrichemical market and its vast marketing network, and all these will be translated into superior returns to PMTA, its sole shareholder.
When top litigator Arthur Edens (Tom Wilkinson) suffers a mental breakdown and apparently tries to sabotage a multi-million dollar class action against agrichemical giant U/North, Michael is called in to avert disaster but discovers unsavoury secrets about his employers.
Mitsubishi Corporation will take advantage of Iharabras' presence and experience as a sales company for Japanese agrochemical manufacturers in Brazil to reinforce and expand the company's business base in Brazil, the world's largest agrichemical market, in line with our business strategy.
To date, evidence for the ability of LEI systems to produce high yields and sufficient income with reduced levels of agrichemical inputs has been inconsistent, especially in regions of high potential yield.
Fourteen papers from the October 2012 symposium discuss new pesticide, adjuvant, fertilizer, and agrichemical product formulations, the chemistry and physical properties of chemicals used to manufacture such formulations, and possible improvements for delivery systems.
The class of pesticides known as neonics are sold by agrichemical companies to boost yields of staple crops such as corn, but are also used widely on annual and perennial plants used in lawns and gardens.
Nonspecific antibodies that could have been induced in the presence of the agrichemical per se, as previously discussed, might account for this agglutination activity.
The guests in attendance included members of the Chapter as well as members of the Florida Fertilizer and Agrichemical Association.
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In April, the CCI heavily fined agrichemical companies United Phosphorous and Excel Crop Care, among others, after they were charged with colluding while submitting bids for a tender for a government project.