n.: Noxious substances from which modern foods are made.
Industrial and non-industrial production facilities; includes pesticides production.
Substances applied to crops or feedstuffs such as pesticides, herbicides, surfactants or preservatives; substances applied to or fed to cattle such as ionophores, dips, sprays and medications. Most have strict application limits; all should be used in accordance with the recommendations of the manufacturer. All unused portions must be properly disposed.
substances which are used in factories, farms and homes for a variety of purposes such as cleaning, painting, killing pests, and helping maintain vehicles.
Substances used in or found by a chemical process.
Forestry Operations & Water Quality] Substances applied to forestlands or timber to accomplish specific management purposes and includes pesticides, insecticides, rodenticides, plant-growth regulators, fungicides, fertilizers, desiccants, fire retardants, repellents, oil, dust-control agents (other than water), salt, and other materials, natural or foreign, added to the forest environment. Chip-N-Saw [ Terms Commonly used in Management Plans] [ Forest Stewardship](1) A cutting method used in harvesting lumber from trees measuring between 6 and 14 inches diameter at breast height. The process involves chipping off the rounded layer of a log before sawing the remaining cant (rectangular portion) into lumber. Chip-n-saw mills provide a market for trees larger than pulpwood and smaller than sawtimber. (2) A tree suitable for the chip-n-saw process.