3]s existing biological pest control portfolio and allow the company to further leverage its technology platform acquired through Athenix Corporation and AgraQuest.
What does BPC stand for?
BPC stands for Biological Pest Control
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We have 296 other meanings of BPC in our Acronym Attic
- Berserk Postal Clerks (band)
- Bessel Product Combining
- Best Practices China, Ltd. (consulting)
- Best Practices Clearinghouse
- Bethel Pentecostal Church (various locations)
- Bethlehem Peace Center (Palestine)
- Beyond Parental Control (various locations)
- Bi-Phase Coding
- Bible Presbyterian Church
- BigPond Cable (Telstra)
- Biology, Physics, Chemistry (education)
- Biovail Pharmaceuticals Canada (pharmaceutical company)
- Bipartisan Policy Center (Washington, DC)
- Bissell Pro Cycling (racing team)
- Black People's Convention
- Black Powder Coat (product color)
- Block Power Control
- Blois Poker Club (France)
- Board of Port Commissioners (California)
- Bonnes Pratiques Cliniques (French: Good Clinical Practices)
Samples in periodicals archive:
95 Hardcover QL596 Ladybirds are important, in part, for their consumption of aphids and usefulness in biological pest control.
Btk is a bacteria commonly found in soil and is considered a biological pest control agent for edible crops, according to a fact sheet published by Oregon's Pesticide Exposure Safety & Tracking program.
Some species are important for recycling dead plant and animal matter, others are valuable to us in biological pest control and medicine.
Systems described as 'sympathetic' Biological Pest Control Solutions can cost up to £30.
Sustainable agriculture, organic farming, urban gardens, smaller farms, animal traction, and biological pest control are all part of the new Cuban agriculture.
Introducing friendly insects, or building houses for birds and bats, has proven effective, but many warn that biological pest control should be seen as just one part of a gardener's Integrated Pest Management (IPM) plan.
This country rapidly developed organic farming methods using locally made composts, biological pest controls, and even oxen rather than tractors.