Agrochemical is a term used to refer to artificially produced chemicals such as feed additives, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers or pesticides that are used in agriculture to improve crops or livestock production. It is a chemical which has to do with hormone, fungicide or insecticide, that improves or protects the production of crops.
Ref: 120581/2006-09-19

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