Grants awarded and projects planned or already under way include: * $125,000 to the Bureau of Forestry's Forest Pest Management Division for creation of several emerald ash borer management and biological control sites across the state, including Latodami Environmental Education Center, North Park, and Deer Lakes Park, both in Allegheny County, and Erie Bluffs State Park, Erie County.
What does PPPMD stand for?
PPPMD stands for Pest Management Division (Michigan)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Clancy joined the Pest Management division of Dow AgroSciences in 2000 as a field sales representative in Memphis, Tenn.
An employee of the Los Angeles County Agricultural Department's pest management division, Dryer began using a chain saw but quickly switched to hand tools: a hammer, chisel and a hatchet-like wood-carving tool.
With the constant motion, day after day, they're probably used to it,'' said Wightman, of the Agricultural Department's Pest Management Division.
Eggen, chief of the Bureau of Forestry's Forest Pest Management Division.
For further information, contact: Keith Creagh, MDA's Pesticide & Plant Pest Management Division at 517-335-0880.