antidesiccant

[an-tee-des-i-kuhnt, an-tahy-]
noun Horticulture.
a substance or material applied to a plant, as by spraying, to inhibit moisture loss during transplanting.

Origin:
anti- + desiccant

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Spray finished arrangements with an antidesiccant to keep greens fresh longer.
Spray all plants budding into leaf or having soft growth with an antidesiccant at the nursery before digging.
Spray plants budding into leaf or having soft growth with an antidesiccant before digging.
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