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- adj. of, or relating to fungicide
- adj. having the ability to destroy or control fungus
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Relating to fungicides or to the killing of fungus or fungi; having the property of destroying fungous or fungoid growths.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. capable of destroying fungi
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Uncle Tom's Rose Tonic contains potassium phosphite and has good fungicidal properties, while SB Plant Invigorator is a foliar feed with fungicidal and pesticidal properties.
When its recent J&J commercial revealed that a fungus causes the itch. sales of Daktarin fungicidal cream soared from Shanghai to Xian.
The plums are reported to have antibacterial, antiviral and fungicidal properties and it seems that the disadvantages of temporary infertility are likely to be outweighed by the medicinal benefits.
A salve of one part honey and two parts grease either animal fat or olive oil appears on the Linear B tablets as antiseptic, fungicidal, and antibiotic.
Their joint Legal Opposition claimed that the fungicidal properties of the Neem tree had been public knowledge in
In what's being hailed as a victory in the world's first case against biopiracy, the European Patent Office have upheld a decision to revoke in its entirety a patent on a fungicidal product derived from seeds of the
In addition to the fungicidal and insecticidal effects of neem pesticides it has been reported that the application of neem has growth-promoting effects.
They contain not only insecticidal and fungicidal ingredients, but also up to 48% oil.
There are powerful antibiotic and fungicidal effects of pterygospermin from the flowers and roots of the moringa tree.
Assay on the fungicidal properties of some medicinal plants.
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