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Explanation | Pesticide Registration Toolkit | Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO.org العربية 中文 english français Русский Español  Search this site only Pesticide Registration Toolkit Registration Tools Information Sources Special Topics News About Training Dgroups forum Registration strategies Registration process Data requirements and testing guidelines Make a selection List all studies Assessment methods Risk mitigation Decision Making Registration criteria Print Explanation Intended Use Some examples of the intended uses of a pesticide as listed in the selection box above Broad use categories Use pattern Examples Terrestrial Food Fruits and vegetable crops, cereals*, seed treatment (if residues end up in food), rodenticides used in food crops and food storage, post-harvest treatments (if treated outdoors and environmental exposure is expected) Feed Maize grown for forage, cotton (seed)** Non-food Turf, fibre crops**, crops grown for seed, seed treatment (if residues do not end up in food), mammalian repellents, recreational areas, parks, electricity poles, train tracks, weed control in paved areas, roadsides Aquatic Food Aquatic rice* Non-food Ornamental ponds, application to water bodies to treat aquatic weeds, mosquito larviciding, wood treatments for wood used in aquatic settings (piers), antifoulant paint Greenhouse Food Horticulltural crops Non-food Ornamentals shrubs, cut flowers, other ornamental plants Forestry Forestry Forests, removal of alien vegetation Residential outdoor Residential outdoor Lawn products for use around homes, space sprays (to control flying vectors, thermal or cold fogging), rodenticides used around residential premises, mammalian repellents, wood treatments (decking materials) Indoor Residential Mosquito coils and vaporizers, aerosols, flea and tick products used on animals (veterinary uses), long-lasting insecticidal nets, residual sprays, space sprays for mosquito and fly control, rodenticides, wood treatments (termiticide uses) Non-food, non-residential Non-residential indoor uses (e.g. office buildings), animal premises (e.g. kennels), wood treatment (non-residential construction), aeroplanes Food Animal premises (e.g. barns, shelters), restaurants, post-harvest treatments (if treated indoor) Direct application to humans Direct application to humans Repellents, insecticides for lice and scabies control * Irrigated rice may be both a terrestrial food crop and an aquatic food crop ** cotton may be both terrestrial non-food and terrestrial feed if the cotton seed is used as livestock feed.
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Score: 2039608 - https://www.fao.org/pesticide-...ke-a-selection/explanation/en/
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CASE STUDIES ON CONSERVATION AND REHABILITATION FOR USERS IN IMPLEMENTING THE CONVENTION : CONVENTION TO COMBAT DESERTIFICATION : NOTE / BY THE SECRETARIAT
Autogenic restoration process was followed comprising selective pruning of branches, thinning of young seedlings and removal of biomass around the selected trees and shrubs. Site preparation included trenching to retain the soil on sloping lands. (...) Impact Assessment: The assessment of restoration units was carried out in 2004, which indicated a plant cover of 90% comprising mainly herbs (30%), shrubs (40%) and tree species (80%). Survival percent of Pinus halepensis was found to be better than Pinus pinaster.
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Score: 1394335.5 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...S=ICCD/COP(8)/CST/INF.3&Lang=E
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Impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the European inland water transport, lessons learned and next steps (Mr. Sim Turf, Chair of the Working Party on Inland Water Transport) | UNECE Skip to main content English Advanced Search   Main navigation About UNECE Executive Secretary Mission Organizational structure Secretariat Executive Committee Commission Legal instruments Work with us Our work Economic Cooperation & Integration Environmental Policy Forests Housing & Land Population Sustainable Energy Statistics Trade Transport Themes High-impact Areas Circular Economy Gender SPECA Technical cooperation THE PEP UN SG's Special Envoy for Road Safety UN Road Safety Fund UN cooperation in the UNECE region Regional Forum on Sustainable Development SDGs Open UNECE Events Meetings & Events Information for Delegates Coronavirus Advisory Publications Media Executive Secretary's Blog News Press Releases Covid-19 Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE Weekly Videos UNECE Media Documents More options Media Executive Secretary Blog Press Releases News COVID-19 News & Press Releases Speeches Stories UNECE weekly Videos Impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on the European inland water transport, lessons learned and next steps (Mr. Sim Turf, Chair of the Working Party on Inland Water Transport) Languages and translations English File type1 3_3rd AGM on response to COVID_29 June'21_Turf_SC.3.pdf (application/pdf, 1.24 MB) This document is associated with the following: Event Informal Multidisciplinary Advisory Group Meeting on Transport Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Crisis - 3rd session Downloads English 3_3rd AGM on response to COVID_29 June'21_Turf_SC.3.pdf Document Information Published: 21/07/2021 Updated 21/07/2021 Document Categories: Presentations ABOUT UNECE Mission Executive Secretary Organizational Structure OPPORTUNITIES Vacancies Internship Programme RESOURCES Statistical Database Evaluations Follow UNECE Facebook Twitter Contact us Flickr Rss Youtube Instagram © United Nations Economic Commission for Europe | Terms and Conditions of Use | Privacy Notice Contact us
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Score: 1391565.3 - https://unece.org/transport/do...uropean-inland-water-transport
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Local people were forced to clear the bushes and shrubs that were growing along the roadside in Thaygone and Padaung Townships. It was found that no one from any organs of State’s Power issued any order to clear the roadside bushes and shrubs. It is customary that after every raining season, the roadside bushes and shrubs are cleared by residents of every quarter by their own accord.
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Score: 1321648.5 - https://www.ilo.org/public/eng...b/docs/gb286/pdf/gb-6-1-ad.pdf
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Local people were forced to clear the bushes and shrubs that were growing along the roadside in Thaygone and Padaung Townships. It was found that no one from any organs of State’s Power issued any order to clear the roadside bushes and shrubs. It is customary that after every raining season, the roadside bushes and shrubs are cleared by residents of every quarter by their own accord.
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Score: 1321648.5 - www.ilo.org/public/engl...b/docs/gb286/pdf/gb-6-1-ad.pdf
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Tsunami forestry website Please note that this page is no longer being updated and it is available for historical reference only Forestry FAO tsunami websites: FAO | Agriculture | Fisheries | Maps & images Contact us Tsunami forestry website > FAO in action > Regional project > The Maldives Forests and tsunamis Situation reports FAO in action Regional project Regional component Coastal protection workshop Coastal forest rehabilitation workshop Coastal area planning workshop Indonesia The Maldives Sri Lanka Thailand Newsroom FAO news releases News clippings Issues Forestry and livelihoods Damage to forests and trees Wood for construction Soil salinity Integrated coastal zone management Forest rehabilitation Mangroves and tsunamis Links and discussion fora send by email Project work in The Maldives Damage and needs assessment Forestry Assessment and Programme Planning, Maldives, 15 August - 19 September 2005 Forestry Assessment and Programme Planning, Maldives Plan of operations Plan of operations for Maldives component of the Finnish funded "Forestry Programme for Early Rehabilitation in Asian Tsunami Affected Countries" Publications Trees and shrubs of the Maldives - 1 Trees and shrubs of the Maldives - 2 Trees and shrubs of the Maldives - 3
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Score: 1319012 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/tsunami/34433/en/
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TECHNICAL GUIDELINES: ADDENDUM: REVISED TECHNICAL GUIDELINES FOR THE ENVIRONMENTALLY SOUND MANAGEMENT OF USED AND WASTE PNEUMATIC TYRES
Ambient size reduction Mechanical size reduction at or above ordinary room temperature. Artificial turf Tyre granulates used as infill in synthetic fields, constituting the primary playing surface. (...) Other studies show that leaching of heavy metals and organic chemicals such as phthalates and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons from recycled car tyres for use as infill in artificial turf systems is well within the limits set in the Netherlands for soil and surface water quality. (...) The results of this study show that the limit values in the present Dutch Soil Quality Decree will be reached after more than 60 years for a sports system consisting of artificial turf with rubber infill, lava sublayer and sand base layer and after 7 to 70 years for a sports system consisting of only the artificial turf with rubber infill and the lava sublayer.
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Score: 1291496.1 - daccess-ods.un.org/acce...EP/CHW.10/6/ADD.1/REV.1&Lang=E
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Providing bund level blocks on bund at 50m intervals vii. Strip turfing to newly formed bund and watering until taken root including transport viii. (...) Rehabilitation of irrigation canal i. Clearing shrub and jungle along the channel and training bund, remove outside the reservation ii. Earth excavation and forming channel bund to designed profile iii. Strip turfing to channel bund and training bund including transport, laying and watering until takes for L.B main channel iv.
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Score: 1273388.4 - https://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/gro...ts/publication/wcms_748304.pdf
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Forest invasive species English Español FAO Home Forestry Alien species database Bacteria Fungi Flatworms Nematodes Insects and arachnids Molluscs Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals Grasses Plants Trees and shrubs Forest invasive species send by email Forest invasive species database Invasive species occur in all major taxonomic groups from micro-organisms to mammals. (...) Bacteria Nematode Insects Flatworms Molluscs Amphibians Reptiles Birds Mammals Grasses Plants Trees & shrubs   Fungi       See also Forest health Relevant links on invasive species EPPO database Global Invasive Species Database   last updated:  Wednesday, November 17, 2021 Contact us  |  Privacy policy  |  Scam alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1261116.7 - https://www.fao.org/forestry/30373/en/
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PETITION FROM THE BABON-BATOUNI COMMITTEE OF THE UNION DES POPULATIONS DU CAMEROUN CONCERNING THE CAMEROONS UNDER FRENCH ADMINISTRATION
Ngninchidjou: 500 coffee-shrubs. Mantro Satchou 1,000 shrubs and 50 catons i Noubouvoo Germain: 80 shrubs; Ngnipiep: 600 shrubs and lOO catons. (...) The day they seized the coffee shrubs everyone fled but one of them was arrested and they beat him until he fell unconscious.
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Score: 1244070.6 - https://daccess-ods.un.org/acc...get?open&DS=T/PET.5/884&Lang=E
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