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Definition of anti-desiccant

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Definition as written by jody:

A foliage spray that aids against summer scald, transplant shock and winter moisture loss, also called desiccation

Definition as written by paulgrow:

A product usually containing some type of wax. Sprayed on plants, usually broad leaf evergreens to prevent drying out during winter months. Wilt-Pruf is a brand name.

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