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Detergent Any liquid or solid material that will remove residues from application equipment, such as dishwashing and laundry detergent. ...
Dicot (dicotyledon) A plant that has two seed leaves or cotyledons. Generally includes broadleaf plants. ...
Diluent Any liquid or solid material to dilute the technical toxicant to field strength for adequate plant coverage. ...
Directed application Precise application to a specific area or plant organ such as to a row or bed or to a specific part of the plant. ...
Dispersing agent A material that reduces the cohesive forces between similar particles. ...
Dissolve Solids that form solutions where no residue remains. ...
Dormancy State of inhibited germination of seeds or growth of plant organs. A state of suspended development. ...
Dormant spray Chemical applied in winter or very early spring before treated plants have started active growth. ...
Dose (rate) The terms are the same; however, rate is preferred. Refers to the amount of active ingredient applied to a unit area regardless of percentage of chemical in the carrier. ...
Drift The movement of airborne particles by air motion or wind away from the intended target area. ...