weed killer

NOUN
  1. a chemical agent that destroys plants or inhibits their growth
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How To Use weed killer In A Sentence

  • Sulfamidyl (thio) carbonyl-1,2,4-triazolineone derivative and preparation method and application as weed killer.
  • In a typical year, Valley cotton farmers would be in the fields now, applying weed killer and preparing the land.
  • Weed killers remove wildflowers and traditional grasses, then more aggressive species such as cleavers, thistles and nettles colonise.
  • For maximum effectiveness, weed killers and fertilizers should be applied now, says Glenn Hester, a Hidalgo County cotton farmer.
  • In a typical year, Valley cotton farmers would be in the fields now, applying weed killer and preparing the land.
  • Conventional weed killers will not kill mosses, but there are several proprietary paving cleaners now available in garden centres and ironmongers that will do the job.
  • But he's arguably the globe's leading authority on soybean genetics and the precise brew of fertilizer, fungicide, weed killer, water — and yes, a pinch of sugar — required to grow a knockout crop.
  • To create and criticize at the same time is like watering and pouring weed killer onto seedlings at the same time.
  • If you must use weed killers, try a pre-prepared systemic herbicide containing glyphosate.
  • Monsanto and other companies are developing new seeds designed to resist older herbicides like dicamba and 2,4-D, a weed killer developed during World War II and an ingredient in Agent Orange, which was used to destroy jungle foliage during the Vietnam War and is blamed for health problems among veterans. Farmers Expected To Return To Harsh Herbicides, Chemicals In Battle Against Roundup Resistant Weeds
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