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chemical

any substance used in or resulting from a reaction involving changes to atoms or molecules, especially one derived artificially for practical use

chemical

[′kem·i·kəl]
(chemistry)
Related to the science of chemistry.
A substance characterized by definite molecular composition.
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The report is split into two sections and uses both a written and graphical analysis - analysing the 400 largest AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS (Global) companies.
Bayer AG has stated that it will drop about two-thirds of its 60 agricultural chemicals on the European market to comply with an EU safety regulation.
GBI Research's report, "Agricultural Chemicals Market to 2015 - Herbicide Active Ingredients and Potash Fertilizer Nutrients Driving Global Demand" provides in-depth analysis of the global agricultural chemicals market volumes with demand forecasts up to 2015.
The Nissan alliance offers Ecogen greater access to another key country in our global strategy, and we are pleased to expand our relationship with Nissan, one of Japan's fastest growing agricultural chemical companies.
Pesticide & Agricultural Chemical Manufacturing Industry report, published annually, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics.
com/research/638797/fertilizers_agri) has announced the addition of the "Fertilizers & Agricultural Chemicals in South America" report to their offering.
In addition to being responsible for basic policy matters relating to business development and strategic planning for ISK's global agricultural chemical business, the ISK BIOSCIENCES headquarters in Japan will also continue to be the headquarters of the Asia-Pacific division.
Agricultural chemical containers accounted for 160 million lb in 2004 and are expected to reach 185 million lb in 2007 with an AAGR of 4.
Agricultural Chemical Usage, California Vegetable Summary 1990.
It takes an estimated eight years and $70 million to bring a chemical to market; at least 120 different tests must be conducted before the federal Environmental Protection Agency will certify an agricultural chemical for commercial use.

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