MULTAN -- Agriculture experts have advised farmers to perform pest scouting of cotton crop twice a week pleading that officials have noticed hot spots
of pests and bollworms in some parts of cotton zone districts of Punjab.
If fleas or ticks set off hot spots
in your dog, try a different type of flea and tick control, such as a monthly preventive sold at veterinary clinics.
cholerae and R391 of Providencia rettgeri (5), showed that the conserved backbone apparently contains 3 hot spots
for insertions of additional DNA sequences: the first between sO43 and traL, the second between trA and sO54, and the third between sO73 and traF.
Bosses and pads increase metal thickness, create hot spots
and cause open grain or draws.
1) These problem-solving strategies focus on crime generators and hot spots
that plague law enforcement agencies in the United States.
A hot spot
is implemented by a hot spot
In Bahawalpur, six hot spot
of white fly, fourteen hot spots
of Jassid, four hot spots
of Mealy Bug, and armyworm (2).
The fallibility of Hot Spot
, which forms part of the decision review system (DRS) in international cricket, were exposed this summer when several faint edges went undetected, the report said.
When a plume reaches the ceiling formed by Earth's crust, it becomes a hot spot
and fuels volcanic activity.
But the Yellowstone hot spot
continues to push up against the crust, causing the caldera to heave and sink (see diagrams, p.
This concentrated area is called a hot spot
because a stationary piece of work or a metal target plate mounted in line with the blast becomes hot when subjected to a blast of 30 sec or longer.
In city, three hot spots
of white fly, five hot spots
of Aphid, a hot spot
of armyworm, and one Mealy Bug hot spot
Much of what scientists know about hot spots
came from NASA's Galileo mission, which released an atmospheric probe that descended into a hot spot