Translation of agrochemical in Spanish:

agrochemical

Pronunciation /aɡrəʊˈkɛmɪk(ə)l//ˌæɡroʊˈkɛmək(ə)l/

noun

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    producto químico utilizado en la agricultura masculine
    • Input use: large farms tend to use purchased inputs like agrochemicals, while small farms are more likely to use non-purchased inputs, like manure and compost produced on the farm.
    • Even the ground water is unfit for drinking due to large-scale application of fertilizers, pesticides and agrochemicals in the tea gardens.
    • Across the globe, biotechnology products such as pharmaceuticals and agrochemicals have been valued at more than $US200-billion this year.
    • He said his company was making efforts to develop the sector through the provision of the required farm equipment and agrochemicals such as herbicides, pesticides and fungicides.
    • Originally this was applied to remote sensing for checking the effects of agrochemicals used by farmers, to increase efficiency and reduce ecological damage.
    • It is true in theory that any given small farm might employ toxic agrochemicals, genetically modified seeds, or other techniques typical of industrial agriculture.
    • The coffee plantations were abandoned in 1995 and have not been harvested or treated with agrochemicals since.
    • Here, yields have been increased through organic farming techniques, a much cheaper alternative to conventional agrochemicals.
    • This should then lead to a strategic approach to testing which could be applied similarly to industrial chemicals, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, food additives, etc.
    • Small peasants, engaged in rice, vegetable and banana cultivation, are unable to find a way out of growing indebtedness, due to the abolition of subsidies on fertilisers, agrochemicals and seeds.
    • However, adverse effects of high input agriculture have been recognized, as fertilizers and agrochemicals discharged from agriculture cause surface water pollution.
    • These were further developed in the 1960s when agro-industrial complexes were set up to grow crops as well as producing fertilizers, pesticides, and other agrochemicals.
    • Public concern about the intensive use of agrochemicals has led to a rapidly-growing and welcome demand for organic produce.
    • The developments of combinatorial chemistry and the identification of new target sites from genomics research are likely to enhance the quality of agrochemicals at the farmer's disposal.
    • Most would rather do without agrochemicals or genetically modified crops.
    • Other research also points to agrochemicals as a potential risk factor for breast cancer (and other forms of cancer too).
    • The Rochester team studied the effects of a mixture of two common agrochemicals, the herbicide paraquat and the fungicide maneb.
    • The contaminants are usually the result of the use of agrochemicals, fertilizers, and sprays used to increase crop yields, which then get washed into rivers and reservoirs and hence into drinking water.
    • During our eccentric farming decade, we tried to reproduce for interest's sake the pre-war ways of running a 40-acre holding with only heavy horses to work the land, and no modern agrochemicals.
    • The firms are involved with a range of products including paint, pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, paper and textile chemicals.