Per the report, Brazil has become one of the world's great agricultural powers, and other countries in the region have similarly boosted their agricultural output by increasing their use of better performing pesticide active ingredients, often at the expense of commodities and hazardous conventional pesticides whose market presence has deteriorated.
What does PAI stand for?
PAI stands for Pesticide Active Ingredient
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- Performance Appraisal Instrument (employment)
- Performance Audit Inspection
- Performing Arts Institute (various locations)
- Permit Authorizing Individual (National Fire Protection Association)
- Personal Accident Insurance
- Personal Appearance Inspection (USAF Academy)
- Personality Assessment Inventory
- Personnel Asset Inventory
- Pervasive Artificial Intelligence
- Physicians Advocacy Institute, Inc.
- Physics Applications, Inc.
- Piano Assetto Idrogeologico (Italian: Hydrogeological Plan)
- Plan d'Action Incendie (French: Fire Action Plan)
- Plasminogen Activator Inhibitor
- Police Accident Investigator
- Polizia dell'Africa Italiana (Italian African Police)
- Polymorphic Alu Insertion
- Population Action International
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Methods used to estimate probabilities of use of specific pesticide active ingredients, and level of confidence in probability estimates.
It is important for people to understand that not only are the pesticide active ingredients well regulated to protect human health and the environment, but so are the formulated products that contain formulants.
Cohen says approximately 50 pesticide active ingredients are commonly used by the golf industry, although the number typically used on any one course is much lower, ranging from 4 to 12 per year, depending on location.
US demand for pesticide active ingredients is projected to increase four percent per year to $10.
In response to these problems, technical grade pesticide active ingredient usage is projected to reach 960 million pounds.
Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) estimated that 891 pesticide active ingredients were registered in 1997 (Aspelin and Grube 1999) and that 888 million pounds of pesticide active ingredients were used in the United States in 2001 (Kidy et al.
The Global Pesticide Active Ingredients Market is Expected to Grow in the Forecast Period at a CAGR of 4.