agrochemical[ag′rō kem′i kəl]
agrochemical definition by Webster's New World
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- a chemical used to improve the quality and quantity of farm products
- a chemical derived from agricultural products, as furfural
agrochemical definition by American Heritage Dictionary
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A chemical, such as a fertilizer, hormone, fungicide, insecticide or soil treatment, that improves the production of crops.
agrochemical - Science Definition
- A chemical, such as a hormone, fungicide, or insecticide, that improves the production of crops.
- A chemical or product, such as cellulose, derived from plants.