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Hazard The probability that injury or detrimental effects will result if a substance is not used properly. ...
Herbaceous A plant that remains soft or succulent and does not develop woody tissue. ...
Herbicide A phytotoxic chemical used for killing or inhibiting (stunting) the development or growth of plants. ...
High-volume sprays Spray applications of more than 60 gal/a volume. ...
Hormone A naturally occurring substance in plants that controls growth or other physiological processes. It is used with reference to certain synthetic chemicals that require or affect growth activity. ...
Hydrosoil Soil at bottom of the body of water. ...
Incorporate into soil Mixing a herbicide into the soil, generally by mechanical means or with overhead water. ...
Inert ingredient That part of a compound without toxic or killing properties, sometimes called the carrier. ...
Inhibit To hold in check or stop; e.g., to inhibit or check seed germination or plant growth with herbicides. ...
Integrated control Using multiple approaches for pest control; pesticides are used only when and at rates necessary. ...