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  • n. Plural form of phytocide.

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Examples

  • Trees give off airborne chemicals called phytocides that protect them from rotting and insects - but also cause 50-percent spikes in the production of white blood cells in humans that last for up to a week.

    Marta Hallowell: Pave Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot

  • Trees give off airborne chemicals called phytocides that protect them from rotting and insects - but also cause 50 percent spikes in the production of white blood cells in humans that last for up to a week.

    Marta Hallowell: Pave Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot

  • The City currently preserves 198 community gardens in the Parks Department's Green-Thumb program, but under new rules being written as we speak, it is not clear that these oases of green (and phytocides) will continue to enjoy that protection.

    Marta Hallowell: Pave Paradise and Put Up a Parking Lot

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