Burgundy mixture

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Etymology[edit]

After the French district of Burgundy, where it was first used to treat grapes and vines.

Noun[edit]

Burgundy mixture (uncountable)

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  1. A mixture of copper sulphate and sodium carbonate, used as a fungicidal spray for trees and small fruits.

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