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ppm

 
1. parts per million.
2. pulses per minute.

ppm

Abbreviation for parts per million.

ppm

parts per million.

PPM, ppm

abbreviation for parts per million.

ppm

1. Parts per million.
2. Pulse per minute.

ppm (parts per million),

n a standardized measurement used to describe the level of fluoride in products that contain it (e.g., toothpaste, mouthrinse, and water).

ppm

abbreviation for parts per million; a weight-for-weight (w/w) concentration equal to 1 mg/kg or 1 g/tonne. Used most commonly to express the concentration of toxicants or trace elements in water, feeds, solvents and tissues.
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The IPM group purchased 500 million new shares at P1 per share, taken from MIC's increased authorized capital to 740 million shares from 240 million shares previously.
Environmental health practitioners (EHPs) represent some of the very few regulators man dated to visit schools and thereby influence schools to implement better IPM practices as part of their normal education and enforcement activities.
Increasing adoption of novel technologies in agriculture to increase yield and improve quality is expected to augment IPM pheromones demand in the region over the forecast period.
Experience has shown that developing and implementing an IPM program is only the first challenge.
In the developing countries, it was realized that IPM should be promoted among farmers by involving the agricultural stakeholders.
The analysis is mainly qualitative [23], with data from individuals and focus groups being coded, categorized and structured within three main areas: (1) social relations; (2) social empowerment and sharing of IPM information; and (3) sustainability and institutionalization of the IPM-FFS.
IPM in Practice, Principles and Methods of Integrated Pest Management.
The output of the study will be useful to the agricultural professionals, extension personnel, environmentalist, community leaders, and other personnel of GOs and NGOs currently working for dissemination and adoption of IPM.
The IPM Convention ends on the 26th September 2012.
He said IPM would provide "a credible and reliable marketplace" where buyers can view the properties at any convenient time throughout the year and seek professional advice.
It seeks to Promote local adaptation of IPM strategies to horticultural crops, build on farmers' participation and improve the understanding of local ecosystems using the FFS method.