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material control

material control

LEPIDOPTERA CONTROL IN TOBACCO WITH FOLIAR MATERIALS, 2012

TOBACCO BUDWORM CONTROL WITH UNREGISTERED FOLIAR MATERIALS, 2012

EFFICACY OF AN EXPERIMENTAL SOIL APPLIED MATERIAL AND FOLIAR MATERIALS FOR LEPIDOPTERA CONTROL IN TOBACCO, 2013

REGISTERED MATERIALS FOR CONTROL OF WOOLLY APPLE APHID, 2008

Teaching Physicians Geriatric Principles: A Randomized Control Trial on Academic Detailing Plus Printed Materials Versus Printed Materials Only

Interior Surface Materials and Asthma in Adults: A Population-based Incident Case-Control Study

Efficacy of tree trunk coating materials in the control of the apple clearwing, Synanthedon myopaeformis

EVALUATION OF IN-FURROW AND FOLIAR MATERIALS TO CONTROL CPB IN POTATOES, 1998

EFFICACY OF FURROW AND FOLIAR MATERIALS TO CONTROL STRIPED CUCUMBER BEETLE IN CUCUMBER, 2005

Does locus of control moderate the effects of tailored health education materials?

On a class of controllable deformations of isotropic incompressible elastic solids with simple material inhomogeneity*

On a class of controllable deformations of isotropic incompressible elastic solids with simple material inhomogeneity: II

Impact of balanced tetrastarch raw material on perioperative blood loss: a randomized double blind controlled trial

CONTROL OF PEAR PSYLLA WITH PARTICLE FILM MATERIALS AND CONVENTIONAL COMPOUNDS, 200

Efficacy of Soil Applied and Foliar Materials for Lepidoptera Control in Tobacco, 2014

Access to Raw Materials: The EU’s Pursuit of Trade Disciplines on Export Control

The Adaptation of Centralized European Controls of Raw Materials, Industry, And transport (October 30,1903)

 

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The control of the materials required in a production process. It includes seeing that they are available in the required place, at the required time, and in the required quantities, as well as ensuring that the materials are properly accounted for. While it is clearly imperative that a production process should not be delayed by lack of materials, it is also important that overstocking of inventories should be avoided.

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