For instance, the Punjab Agricultural University has recommended 40 pesticides for wheat, of which 11 pesticides are not registered by CIBRC for wheat.
What does PAU stand for?
PAU stands for Punjab Agricultural University (India)
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We have 63 other meanings of PAU in our Acronym Attic
- Plan de Actuación Urbana
- Politics as Usual
- Power Amplification Unit
- Pre Admission Unit
- Pre-Assembled Unit
- Primary Academic Unit
- Primary Air-handling Unit
- Proves d'accés a la Universitat (French: Pre-University Exams)
- Public Appointments Unit (UK)
- Published Application Utility
- Pamukkale Üniversitesi (Pamukkale University, Turkey)
- Pennsylvania Unemployment Compensation
- Program Acquisition Unit Cost
- Poland-America-Ukraine Cooperation Initiative
- Parted and Utilities Disk (computing)
- Pendidikan Anak Usia Dini (Indonesia Early Childhood Care and Education)
- Pennsylvanians Against Underage Drinking
- Puberty Accelerating Urine Extract
- Pocztowa Agencja Uslug Finansowych (Polish: Postal Financial Services Agency; Warsaw, Poland)
- Pay-As-You-Go (credit settlement)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Singh, who was the chief guest at the golden jubilee convocation of the Punjab Agricultural University here, was conferred with the degree of doctor of science (honoris causa).
Thind is affiliated with Punjab Agricultural University, India.
MATERIALS AND METHODS Thirty eight grape genotypes (Cultivars/hybrids) available at Main orchard, Punjab Agricultural University (PAU), Ludhiana were used for the present study when the disease was in severe form and they were screened based on Percentage Disease Index (PDI) suggested by Varma et al.
In his address at the Golden Jubilee Convocation of Punjab Agricultural University here, Dr.
A senior horticulturist from Punjab Agricultural University ( PAU) who is based in Chandigarh -- Dr Satish Narula -- has carved for himself a niche as the Garden Man.
Jaswinder Kaur and Bant Singh (1999): "Growth, Performance and Economic viability of sunflower cultivation in Punjab", Annual research report, Department of Economics and Sociology, Punjab Agricultural University Ludhiana.
Bhupinder Singh Farmaha, Punjab Agricultural University Shaoyuan Feng, China Agricultural University Marcos Vinicus Folegatti, University of Sao Paulo Brad Friederichs, VE Solutions Peter D.