Particulate Matter: What is it and Why does it Matter to Agriculture?
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Particulate matter is the dust and other small particles that are suspended in the air. The Environmental Protection Agency regulates particulate matter because it can cause health problems when inhaled. This publication explains the two types of particulate matter, as well as current and proposed EPA standards.
Description2 pp., 2 photos, 1 illustration
Mukhtar, Saqib; McGee, Russell (2009). Particulate Matter: What is it and Why does it Matter to Agriculture?. Available electronically from