antitranspirant


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antitranspirant

(ˌæntɪˈtrænspɪrənt)
n
(Botany) any substance that decreases transpiration and, usually, photosynthesis
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To protect a plant in winter with an antitranspirant, spray the leaves in late fall and then again toward the end of winter.
Gaballah, "Response of Canola Plants to Antitranspirant Levels and Limited Irrigation " American-Eurasian Journal Of Sustainable Agriculture ISSN: 1995-0748, EISSN: 1998-1074, 9(4): 83-87.
Spray untreated greens with an antitranspirant (also available at nurseries) to delay drying.
Foliar application of 10 ppm PMA (antitranspirant) 60 days after sowing to Hordeum vulgare cv.
Fresh flowers and foliage must be conditioned, wired, and taped, and occasionally sprayed with paint or an antitranspirant. Accessories such as ribbon loops and tulle fans must be made.
ABA is considered to act as an endogenous antitranspirant. Plant scientists have demonstrated abscisic acid is involved in plant resistance to stresses such as cold, heat, salinity and drought.
The objective of present work was investigation of the effect of the growth regulators (cycocel), antitranspirant (castor oil) and two bio stimulant (masraiz and several-nk) on yield and seed quality of soybean under different irrigation regimes.
The use of an antitranspirant may also reduce water loss from plants and thereby reduce the effects of windburn.
Spray the foliage with an antitranspirant (available at nurseries).
antitranspirant. A liquid spray or dip that protects the surface of a flower or foliage and minimizes water loss or transpiration.
The antitranspirant effect of acetylsalicylic acid on Phaseolus vulgaris.
As soon as you get the greenery home, spray it with an antitranspirant, available at most nurseries.