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weedicide

Line breaks: weedi|cide
Pronunciation: /ˈwiːdɪsʌɪd
 
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Definition of weedicide in English:

noun

A chemical weedkiller: [as modifier]: the expense of weedicide sprays
More example sentences
  • The shire's existing bowling club has become too expensive to maintain, especially with the price of labour and of materials such as fertiliser and weedicides constantly rising thereby putting more burden on a declining membership.
  • A few minutes spent spot spraying them with a weedicide while they are only a few inches high will save hours of back breaking toil if you leave them until the annual spring clean-up.
  • Farms use chemical fertilizers, hybrid seeds and artificial insemination and weedicides.

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