Definition of dicamba
: a systemic herbicide C8H6Cl2O3
Recent Examples of dicamba from the Web
The furor surrounding the herbicide dicamba has quickly become the biggest controversy of its kind in U.S. agriculture.
Its active ingredients are MCPA, dimethylamine salt, Quinclorac, dicamba and Sulfentrazone.
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Origin and Etymology of dicamba
perhaps from dichlor- + Cambilene + Banlene (two commercial preparations containing dicamba)
First Known Use: 1965See Words from the same year
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