acidifier

noun
acid·i·fi·er | \ə-ˈsi-də-ˌfī(-ə)r, a-\

Definition of acidifier 

: one that acidifies especially : a substance used to increase soil acidity

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Degreaser, preservative, urine acidifier, enema ingredient – is there anything NaPO can’t do? Wired Staff, WIRED, "What’s Inside: Squirt-On Cheese," 1 Oct. 2006 Apply an iron product in tandem with a sulfur soil acidifier to help keep the iron in a soluble form. Neil Sperry, star-telegram.com, "Think July is a dead time for gardening? Not necessarily, as this to-do list shows," 29 June 2017

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First Known Use of acidifier

1796, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for acidifier

acidify + -er entry 2

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