The largest federal grant, $125,000, will enable the Bureau of Forestry's Forest Pest Management section to implement and demonstrate various management techniques for controlling the emerald ash borer, a non-native invasive forest pest killing all species of ash that has been detected in 16 Pennsylvania counties.
What does FPM stand for?
FPM stands for Forest Pest Management (various locations)
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We have 147 other meanings of FPM in our Acronym Attic
- Fluke Precision Measurement (various locations)
- Fluoric-Peroxide Mixture
- Fonds de Prévoyance Militaire (French: Provident Military Fund)
- Fonds de Promotion Microfinance (French: Microfinance Promotion Fund; Congo)
- Food Program Manager (various organizations)
- Fookwit Pink Minkis (gaming)
- Foot Per Minute
- Force Packaging Methodology
- Ford Partnership Management
- Formation Personnelle Méthodique (French: Methodical Personal Training; Belgium)
- Foro de Poblaciones Migrantes (Spanish: Migrant Populations Forum)
- Foro Parlamentario Mundial (Spanish: World Parliamentary Forum)
- Forward Path Matrix
- Fourniture de Produits Manufacturés (French: Supply of Manufactured Goods)
- Fragile Porcelain Mice (band)
- Frags Per Minute (gaming)
- Frames Per Minute
- France Pièce Ménager (French household appliance company)
- Freaks Per Minute (film profanity measure; polite form)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Title 3400, Forest Pest Management Manual, WO AMENDMENT 3400-90-1.
Marie P6A 1996 Pending 2X6 Forest pest management Two in precommercial 705-942-5824/942-8829 stage www.
To report possible infested trees in Pennsylvania, contact DCNR's Division of Forest Pest Management at (717) 948-3941, or BadBug@state.
a small Queen Street forest pest management company, may lead to new manufacturing jobs in Northern Ontario sometime soon.
Forest Service's forest pest management program, the moth is now entrenched from Canada south to North Carolina and from Ohio west to central Michigan, with isolated infestations in a number of other states.
Robert Rabaglia of the Forest Pest Management Section of the Maryland Department of Agriculture.
Eggen, chief of DCNR's Forest Pest Management Division.