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blight Sentence Examples

  • The mines were rigged, and he'd never wanted to think he'd need to destroy his home in order to rid it of the blight affecting it.

  • "At first, I think it was knowing he was a black sheep like me.  My sister always treated me like I was a blight on the family name.  She tried to help me in her own way, I guess, which was better than what Rhyn's brothers did to him.  I wanted to believe he could make it in the Immortal world, because if he could, I could, too," she started.

  • The spruce bears the smoke of great cities better than most of the Abietineae; but in suburban localities after a certain age it soon loses its healthy appearance, and is apt to be affected with blight (Eriosoma), though not so much as the Scotch fir and most of the pines.

  • But fortune now brought Bonaparte to blight those hopes.

  • Is he a pale form of the Babylonian chaos-dragon, or of the serpent of Iranian mythology who sprang from heaven to earth to blight the" good creation "?

  • It is possible that this is, in part, due to the artistic blight of the Calvinism which so long dominated the town.

  • The people came to subsist almost entirely on potatoes and herrings; and in 1846, when the potato blight began its ravages, nearly universal destitution ensued - embracing, over the islands generally, 70% of the inhabitants.

  • Although of reduced strength in the summer, they still suffice to dominate weather changes; it is during the approach of a low pressure centre that hot southerly winds prevail; they sometimes reach so high a temperature as to wither and blight the grain crops; and it is almost exclusively in connection with the cloudy areas near and south-east of these cyclonic centres that violent thunderstorms, with their occasional destructive whirling tornadoes, are formed.

  • "the rugged path I Where she once saw that horseman toil, with brief I And blighting hope, who with the news of death I Struck body and soul as with a mortal blight" (blighting, condemned by Rossetti, is cancelled in the Bodleian MS.).

  • The " woolly aphis," " American blight," or " larch blight " (Eriosoma laricis) often attacks the trees in close valleys, but rarely spreads much unless other unhealthy conditions are present.

  • though the hopes of the husbandmen were not unfrequently disappointed by the blight of the south wind.

  • Standard fruit trees must be left to take their chance; and, indeed from the lateness of their flowering, they are generally more injured by blight, and by drenching rains, which wash away the pollen of the flowers, than by the direct effects of cold.

  • "plant-lice," "blight," and "green-fly," belonging to the homopterous division of the order Hemiptera, with long antennae and legs, two-jointed, two-clawed tarsi, and usually a pair of abdominal tubes through which a waxy secretion is exuded.

  • Thus the apple blight (Aphis mali) after producing many generations of apterous females on its typical food-plant gives rise to winged forms which fly away and settle upon grass or corn-stalks.

  • I don.t know yet, but if it must hurt one of you, it.ll be my dear little brother, who is a blight to Immortals and humans alike.

  • The mines were rigged, and he'd never wanted to think he'd need to destroy his home in order to rid it of the blight affecting it.

  • "At first, I think it was knowing he was a black sheep like me.  My sister always treated me like I was a blight on the family name.  She tried to help me in her own way, I guess, which was better than what Rhyn's brothers did to him.  I wanted to believe he could make it in the Immortal world, because if he could, I could, too," she started.

  • Early blight shows as distinctive dark brown spots, somewhat angular, with concentric rings and bounded by the leaf veins.

  • She can bring blight to a nations crops or make a woman barren.

  • blight far too many neighborhoods and communities.

  • The omission of a specific scheme to address generalized blight constitutes a major flaw in the proposed compensation package.

  • In the 2004 and 2005 trials differences between treatments at the final assessment of foliar blight were small.

  • The transformed rice was resistant to sap sucking insects and to bacterial blight [17] .

  • The Tower of London Comprehensive Development Area was an area of urban blight with much war damage.

  • Life cycle Potato late blight survives the winter in infected potato tubers.

  • blight fungicides comprise more than 50% of the fungicide used in The Netherlands.

  • Blight forecasting: Because blight forecasting: Because blight infection and spread is most rapid in warm humid weather conditions, farmers have developed a blight forecasting system.

  • blight pathogen and are responsible for the rapid spread of the disease in crops.

  • blight fungus.

  • blight outbreaks.

  • In Europe alone, fusarium head blight destroys a fifth of wheat harvests.

  • Which blight fungicides can be tank-mixed with Harvest to help protect against tuber blight?

  • Do not compost potato tops they may carry potato blight.

  • Nancy Castilla, from IRRI began the session with two presentations on the epidemiology of rice sheath blight.

  • A new leaf blight of French basil caused by Colletotrichum capsici in India.

  • It covers symptoms, disease cycle, mycotoxins in scabby grain, seedling blight phase of scab, and control methods.

  • blight of potatoes by the fungus Phytophthora infestans.

  • Transgenic approaches would be useful to deal with problems related to stem borer, leaf blight, and sensitivity to waterlogging in corn.

  • Susceptibility of pistachio male cultivars to botrytis blossom blight and shoot blight caused by botrytis blossom blight and shoot blight caused by Botrytis cinerea.

  • chestnut blight caused by Cryphonectria parasitica after it was first recorded in New York in 1904.

  • In North America it also causes ramorum dieback or ramorum leaf blight on a range of woodland plants.

  • The improper disposal of waste is a blight on many communities and is a priority.

  • extent of contamination and blight to housing.

  • foliar blight were small.

  • follow-up study, Fernandez measured levels of the blight in wheat fields.

  • Spray Maincrop Potatoes against Blight with a copper based fungicide.

  • Late blight fungicides comprise more than 50% of the fungicide used in The Netherlands.

  • goofball comedy has been a blight on films like GETTING ANY?

  • However, the orange groves on Sao Miguel were hit by blight in 1860.

  • In Europe alone, fusarium head blight destroys a fifth of wheat harvests.

  • If your area is prone to blight, cut the haulm in later summer and burn it; lift the potatoes two weeks later.

  • honeysuckle leaf blight are crinkling and rolling of newly formed leaves.

  • These crops will grow very quickly and are more likely to be challenged by blight inoculum earlier in their growth.

  • kudzu vine or those responsible for chestnut blight or Dutch elm disease.

  • The role of saprophytic microflora in the development of fusarium ear blight of winter wheat caused by Fusarium culmorum.

  • modifys will be modified to resist Late Blight fungus.

  • In 1970, for example, a blight spread quickly through America's vast maize monocultures, destroying more than 10 million acres of corn.

  • mycotoxins in scabby grain, seedling blight phase of scab, and control methods.

  • Sporangia Sporangia are the airborne spores of the blight pathogen and are responsible for the rapid spread of the disease in crops.

  • potato blight.

  • On conifers in California, the pathogen causes a needle blight and dieback of young shoots of Douglas fir and coastal redwood.

  • respect of claims for loss of business goodwill in blight cases should be referred via RD to CEO.

  • scurrilous remark was made to try to blight the credibility of the party that I serve.

  • seedling blight phase of scab, and control methods.

  • sheath blight.

  • sporulateate may take several days to kill the foliage and sporulating blight lesions have been found on glyphosate treated haulm.

  • Life cycle Potato late blight survives the winter in infected potato tubers.

  • tuber blight?

  • Both the parliament and executive contain Scots who are absolutely and totally democratically unaccountable to the people whose lives they blight.

  • It is among the Invertebrata that epidemics of destruction are referred to, though we should bear in mind that it is only the difference in numerical proportion that prevents our speaking of an epidemic of elephants or of rabbits, though we use the term when speaking of blight insects; there is little consistency in the matter, as it is usual to speak of an invasion or scourge of locusts, caterpillars, &c. Insect injuries are very varied in degree and in kind.

  • Severe as were the losses in flocks and herds from these imported diseases, they were eclipsed by the ravages of the mysterious potato blight, which, first appearing in 1845, pervaded the whole of Europe, and in Ireland especially proved the precursor of famine and pestilence.

  • The spruce bears the smoke of great cities better than most of the Abietineae; but in suburban localities after a certain age it soon loses its healthy appearance, and is apt to be affected with blight (Eriosoma), though not so much as the Scotch fir and most of the pines.

  • But fortune now brought Bonaparte to blight those hopes.

  • Whence this seeming blight and decay of art?

  • Is he a pale form of the Babylonian chaos-dragon, or of the serpent of Iranian mythology who sprang from heaven to earth to blight the" good creation "?

  • It is possible that this is, in part, due to the artistic blight of the Calvinism which so long dominated the town.

  • The people came to subsist almost entirely on potatoes and herrings; and in 1846, when the potato blight began its ravages, nearly universal destitution ensued - embracing, over the islands generally, 70% of the inhabitants.

  • Although of reduced strength in the summer, they still suffice to dominate weather changes; it is during the approach of a low pressure centre that hot southerly winds prevail; they sometimes reach so high a temperature as to wither and blight the grain crops; and it is almost exclusively in connection with the cloudy areas near and south-east of these cyclonic centres that violent thunderstorms, with their occasional destructive whirling tornadoes, are formed.

  • "the rugged path I Where she once saw that horseman toil, with brief I And blighting hope, who with the news of death I Struck body and soul as with a mortal blight" (blighting, condemned by Rossetti, is cancelled in the Bodleian MS.).

  • The " woolly aphis," " American blight," or " larch blight " (Eriosoma laricis) often attacks the trees in close valleys, but rarely spreads much unless other unhealthy conditions are present.

  • though the hopes of the husbandmen were not unfrequently disappointed by the blight of the south wind.

  • Standard fruit trees must be left to take their chance; and, indeed from the lateness of their flowering, they are generally more injured by blight, and by drenching rains, which wash away the pollen of the flowers, than by the direct effects of cold.

  • Those include mites, termites (or white ants), thread blight, grey blight, caterpillars (naked or in bags) and caterpillars armed with stinging hairs to protect them, and borers, red and black, some of which eat the core out of the wood, while others content themselves with eating only the bark.

  • and upwards in British plantations; but it is apt to be infested with American blight (Eriosoma).

  • The father of the bridegroom objected not to his son's choice, but to the time he chose to marry; for it was a blight on his son's prospects, depriving him of his fellowship and his chance of church preferment.

  • Mai., and consisted in a procession leaving Rome by the Flaminian gate, and proceeding by way of the Milvian bridge to a sanctuary at the 5th milestone of the Via Claudia, where the flamen quirinalis sacrificed a dog and a sheep to avert blight (robigo) from the crops (Fasti praenestini, C.T.L.T., p. 317).

  • This side of his character is clearly expressed in the titles Sitalcas (" protector of corn"); Erythibius (" preventer of blight"); Parnopius (" destroyer of locusts"); Smintheus (" destroyer of mice"), in which, however, some modern inquirers see a totemistic significance (e.g.

  • "plant-lice," "blight," and "green-fly," belonging to the homopterous division of the order Hemiptera, with long antennae and legs, two-jointed, two-clawed tarsi, and usually a pair of abdominal tubes through which a waxy secretion is exuded.

  • Thus the apple blight (Aphis mali) after producing many generations of apterous females on its typical food-plant gives rise to winged forms which fly away and settle upon grass or corn-stalks.

  • On conifers in California, the pathogen causes a needle blight and dieback of young shoots of Douglas fir and coastal redwood.

  • Any difficulties in respect of claims for loss of business goodwill in blight cases should be referred via RD to CEO.

  • That scurrilous remark was made to try to blight the credibility of the party that I serve.

  • Glyphosate may take several days to kill the foliage and sporulating blight lesions have been found on glyphosate treated haulm.

  • Both the parliament and executive contain Scots who are absolutely and totally democratically unaccountable to the people whose lives they blight.

  • I understand the blight of the waiter 's wage, but this unprofessional practice should be stopped.

  • Removing these havens for disease will reduce the chance of seeing blight, mildew, gray mold fungus, root rot, and wilt in next year's garden.How much plant material should you remove?

  • Removing the entire tomato plant after harvest, including the roots, helps control foliar diseases such as early blight.

  • Tomato Blight: Tomato blight creates bumpy spots and splotches on tomatoes.

  • Successful mildew removal is more than just scrubbing away the stains caused by this unsightly blight.

  • Critics feel large billboards create a blight on otherwise attractive communities.

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