In some cases the heart-wood, instead of becoming specially hard, remains soft and easily rots, so that the trunk of the tree frequently becomes hollow, as is commonly the case in the willow.
and afterwards passes into the bulb which becomes brown and finally rots.
Do not give them carbonated water as this has carbolic acid which rots teeth.
fusarium wilt of melon, fusarium crown and foot rot of squash and pumpkin, and fusarium fruit rots.
As the material rots it also produces leachate, a polluting liquid that can seep into rivers.
Tyson proposed that because meat rots so quickly outside the body it will incite internal putrefaction if taken into the body.
root rots, especially in overly wet or poorly drained soils.
NOBLE ROT A benign fungus called ' botrytis cinerea ' which rots and shrivels the grapes to produce superb sweet white wines.
Also note that peas do suffer from root rots, especially in overly wet or poorly drained soils.
This Lobelia suffers from a kind of rust, which fastens on the main fleshy roots when the plants are at rest, and rots them.
The tan bark rots slowly and gives a loose, well-drained soil, which will not pack.
If standing water rots away your plants before they have time to bloom, a raised bed can solve this problem.
Opponents of video games have claimed that it rots the brain, induces violence in people, and slowly eats away at a child's attention span.
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