eradicant


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eradicant

(ɪˈrædɪkənt)
n
something that eradicates
adj
relating to something that eradicates
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In his conference presentation "Mold & Mildews, Spots & Rots," Wilcox reviewed the three basic principles of integrated control of major grape fungal diseases: the need to understand the biology of the pathogen, when it is active and what cultural practices favor or disrupt the pathogen; susceptibility of the host, including when the host is not susceptible as well as when any peak periods of susceptibility occur; and characteristics of the fungicide for the disease, whether it is active on the surface or is a penetrant, a protectant or an eradicant, its efficacy and persistence.