Devine and Collego are two agricultural substances that are used as
b) natural insecticides.
c) insect hormones.
Devine and Collego:
Agricultural substances can be used as biofertilizers, insecticides and herbicides. These chemical compounds are used to increase production by reducing the competition created by undesired plants and insects.
Answer and Explanation:
Devine and College are used as bioherbicides. They remove unwanted competition from other plants.
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from Biology 102: Basic GeneticsChapter 8 / Lesson 12