a pesticide which kills weeds
Chemicals applied to undesirable plants to control competition and provide better conditions for the development of seedlings. Herbicides applied on the Ouachita National Forest are biodegradable and low in toxicity. Most are derived from plant hormones, and act to suppress growth or cause of leaf loss.
A substance used to kill unwanted plants.
chemicals and chemical products that kill plants.
A pesticide used to get rid of not needed vegetation, such as weeds and grasses.
Chemicals used to control or destroy weeds.
agents used to destroy or inhibit plant growth
Chemicals used to kill undesirable vegetation.
Any approved chemical or others preparation used to control unwanted vegetation. Also called pesticide, phytocide, silvacide. Opponents of herbicide usage will commonly use loose terms like poisons or chemicals.
A broad class of chemicals used to kill weeds, grass, brush, or competing trees.
The agents used to inhibit plant growth or kill specific plant types.
an agent used to destroy or inhibit plant growth Minnehaha Journey of a Raindrop
chemicals used to kill unwanted plants
Herbicides are a class of crop protection and specialty chemicals used to control weeds on farms and in forests, as well as in non-agricultural applications such as golf courses, public tracts of land and residential lawns.
Agrochemicals (pesticides) used to control undesirable plants.
A chemically based substance used to stem plant growth. Humans, creating discussion as to their practicality, can also inhale such chemicals.
Pesticides used to kill unwanted vegetation, especially various types of weeds, grasses and wood plants. Examples include: Amitrole, Dicamba, Paraquat and Trifluralin.
Pesticides used to kill or control the growth of plants.
Selective Herbicide — One that affects some plants but not others. Non-Selective Herbicide — One that will kill any plant it contacts. Contact Herbicide — One that affects only the tissue sprayed. Systemic Herbicide — One that moves within the plant; also known as a translocated herbicide.