Traducción de fungicide en Español:

fungicide

fungicida, n.

Pronunciación /ˈfʌn(d)ʒɪsʌɪd//ˈfʌŋɡɪsʌɪd//ˈfəndʒəˌsaɪd//ˈfəŋɡəˌsaɪd/

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    fungicida masculino
    • Most crop protection chemicals, herbicides, pesticides, and fungicides have chlorine in them.
    • Dust them with a powdered fungicide, such as captan, and spread them in a shady spot to dry for a day.
    • Until 1997, cadmium carbonate and cadmium chloride were used as fungicides for golf courses and home lawns.
    • Take similar protective measures when spraying insecticides, fungicides, paint and other toxic chemicals.
    • Most wine growers panic at the thought of mildew or molds, and chemical fungicides are considered a necessary evil.
    • The most commonly used pesticides include highly toxic chemicals called fumigants, fungicides and insecticides.
    • Pesticides can be divided into fungicides, herbicides, and insecticides.
    • Common garden seed found in your garden centre is often treated with chemical fungicides and should not be used for sprouting.
    • No synthetic pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, growth hormones or chemical treatments of any kind are used.
    • The work should help reduce growers' reliance on fungicides and other farm chemicals.
    • Agricultural chemicals such as fungicides can be mixed with the seed coatings.
    • Methylamine is used extensively in the manufacture of herbicides and fungicides.
    • Older fungicides like wettable sulfur (an organically approved fungicide) are protectants.
    • Such resistance reduces the cost of hop production and the amount of fungicides used because the fungus is not able to infest resistant plants.
    • The fungicide could be a synthetic chemical formulation or it could be a biological control.
    • Chemical gardeners would use fungicides and try and deal with the symptoms but I tend to see it as part of the landscape.
    • The chemical group a fungicide belongs to is defined by its mode of action on a fungus.
    • The commonly used fungicides are maneb, mancozeb, daconil and copper-oxychloride.
    • With the elimination of the volatile mercurials, most fungicides now approved for use on seed are classified as nonvolatile.
    • The fungicides nipagin and propionic acid were added to combat mold in the medium.