dry-rot


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affect or be affected with dry rot

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THE LEATHER STITCHING YOU USE CAN DRY-ROT AND SNAP.
Leaves, twigs, and rocks can trap moisture and lead to dry-rot problems Use a commercial deck cleaning solution or make a mixture of 1 gallon of water and 1 cup of household bleach and a little powdered laundry detergent.
a new study suggests that potentially harmful levels of the poisons may occur in potatoes infected with a major fungal perpetrator of potato dry-rot, says coauthor Anne E.
These belts should be checked regularly for cracks, dry-rot, glazing, uneven wear and frayed edges.
There was an attitude, expressed by few, but probably thought by many, that MPs are massively underpaid and therefore have to sort of make up the shortfall by getting us to pay their mortgages and their dry-rot repairs.