New paint on the house, and new weatherboards, where the old had begun to rot off
, and the agent had got after them!
(may his head rot off
!) inquired whether I was my father's son, about which there was no dispute at all with any mortal creature.
Andrea Calland said her nails "rot off
, bleed, heal and then regrow"
It's not so sophisticated and the chances are that some of my cuttings will rot off
before they start to produce roots, but the principles are the same.
THESE intriguing underwater images show long-forgotten shipwrecks left to rot off
the west coast of Ireland.
It usually happens when damp weather persists followed by dry, sunny spells causing the buds to rot off
. The plant's health will not be affected.
If you add manure to the soil too close to planting time, the bulbs may rot off
in the ground.
SNAPDRAGONS I planted have come up patchy and some have started to rot off
. Jenny Wilbur, Huntingdon, Cambs.
Good examples are the cadre of fungi that cause seedlings to rot off
at the soil's surface, called "damping off." These fungi are usually present in compost, but when forced to compete with other microorganisms in open soil, they stick to a dead-plant diet.
'The people object to operations as a rule, and they would rather die or allow a limb to rot off
, rather than suffer it to be amputated.
MOST liberals would love nothing more than to see our industry rot off
the face of the earth and they make no bones about it.
Why do fence posts usually rot off
just below ground level?
Seeds are likely not to germinate and cuttings can rot off
in the usual misting conditions that most plants need to grow roots.
and if they didn't want their arms to rot off
, they'd be wise
Avoid tugging at cuttings to see if they've rooted as more are killed this way than rot off