Penetrant

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1. A class of pesticides which are absorbed into the plant; also known as "systemic" pesticides.


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This is a diagram of how a penetrant pesticide works, it is taken up by the roots and transported throughout the plant. This provides resistance to insects and other pests.

"Source: http://insects.tamu.edu/extension/bulletins/water/water_01.html"