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ipm

abbr.
inches per minute

ipm

or i.p.m.,

inches per minute.
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Our move into New England is a key strategic expansion," said Jack Padovano, IPM Advancement's owner and lead consultant.
North America dominated the global IPM pheromones market in 2013 holding over 50% share and is expected to continue dominance on account of technological development and rising agricultural yields in U.
Major market players such as Syngenta Bioline, Russell IPM, Sumi Agro France and Hercon Environmental are focusing on developing new IPM pheromones through extensive R&D in their laboratories.
The main goal of IPM is to use the momentum of the truck most efficiently to reduce fuel consumption.
In 2001, UC IPM and the Center for Invasive Species Research established a grant program to support research of exotic and invasive pests and diseases such as European grapevine moth, glassy-winged sharpshooter and Pierce's disease.
As one of the first vegetable IPM-FFS carried out in West Africa, the Project aim was to improve local farmers' food security through IPM information, awareness and capacity building [19].
It is reassuring to read that many established IPM principles and practices (Flint and Gouveia 2001; Norris et al.
This year's IPM Convention will be even better and more delegates are expected to attend.
In the online, video-based training, instructors walk viewers through a community and show viewers how to implement an effective IPM program.
In addition, IPM has a patent-pending molded product that can utilize a natural fiber and polyolefin alloy composition: "FibreTuff" has superior structural attributes, IPM says, like screw retention, excellent heat deflection temperatures, and adhesive qualities.
The IPM commodity strategy is based principally on fundamental drivers of return, and is the result of an extensive research project conducted internally by the IPM commodity team, led by Alex Gioulekas, PhD.
Department of Agriculture Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service, Regional Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Centers, and the IPM Institute of North America, the plan provides a road map to understanding pest biology, inspection and monitoring, and pest prevention, which are key to successfully implementing IPM.