weedkiller

[ UK /wˈiːdkɪlɐ/ ]
NOUN
  1. a chemical agent that destroys plants or inhibits their growth
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How To Use weedkiller In A Sentence

  • Likewise the pesticides and weedkillers used in large-scale crop-farming kill plants and wildlife and pollute the atmosphere.
  • With repeated applications of weedkiller, the weeds were overcome.
  • However the latest one includes 80 gardening products, mainly selective weedkillers for lawns.
  • Glyphosate, the world's most heavily used weedkiller, has been on sale since the 1970s. Times, Sunday Times
  • The trials compared the effects on the environment of weedkillers used in GM farming with those of herbicides used to spray the conventional versions of the same crops.
  • DuPont's Optimum GAT seeds are genetically modified to grow into soybean plants able to survive exposure to glyphosate-based weedkiller as well as another herbicide called acetolate synthase. DuPont Delays Seed in Soybean Spat
  • Weedkiller, my brain says back to me: as if it needed replication. LEARNING TO TALK: SHORT STORIES
  • The ‘conservationist’ fields covered practices such as late mowing of grass to allow the hatching of birds like the godwit and oystercatcher, leaving a perimeter strip untouched and using less fertiliser and weedkillers.
  • Obvious sponsors might be seed merchants or weedkiller manufacturers.
  • Always keep pets and children off lawns that have been sprayed with weedkillers until the spray has dried and preferably for twenty-four hours afterwards.
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