Agrochemical (noun)

  1. A chemical substance used in agriculture, such as a fertilizer or pesticide.
  2. A chemical used for controlling pests or diseases in crops or plants.

Origin:

Derived from the words 'agriculture' and 'chemical'.

Examples:

  1. The use of agrochemicals has helped to increase crop yields and improve food security.
  2. The farmer applied agrochemicals to the fields to protect the crops from pests and disease.
  3. Agrochemical companies are constantly developing new products to address the changing needs of farmers.
  4. The overuse of agrochemicals can have negative impacts on the environment and human health.
  5. The use of agrochemicals is regulated by government agencies to ensure their safety and efficacy.
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