Table 1: Resistance of cucumber plants to Fusarium foot rot
induced by supplying Si in different concentrations.
The incidence of sheath blight attack on paddy fields remained up to 20 per cent, while incidence of foot rot
disease was found to be as high of 40 per cent.
occurs when bacteria found in soil or manure invade the foot through a break in the skin (usually between the toes or at the heel).
At another photocall in the Gloucestershire countryside, the student became a shepherd as he checked ewes and their lambs to make sure they were free from an infection known as foot rot
Half the people in the jungle have foot rot
but look at me.
Some sheep were barely able to stand and others had foot rot
, raising fears that diseased meat could get into the food chain.
Soldiers on desert exercise on Oman last year suffered foot rot
after their boots melted in 55C heat.
In 2001 the pounds 90m Operation Swift Sword - an exercise in Oman involving 22,500 troops - saw Army issue boots melting in the heat, leaving troops with foot rot
more often associated with World War l trenches.
or "trench feet" from constant exposure in water logged trenches created a major problem.
The product also is approved in some countries for the treatment of urinary tract infections in dogs and foot rot
and scald are infectious bacterial diseases easily spread from animal to animal.
Eduardo Casas, a geneticist in the Genetics and Breeding Research Unit at the time of the study, and former ARS scientist Gary Snowder discovered a quantitative trait locus (QTL), or location, on bovine chromosome 20 that is associated with pinkeye, foot rot
, and bovine respiratory disease.
Someone else having to deal with foot rot
, they replied (it stinks) or someone else getting covered in fluids - and the smellier, the better.
Many of the areas planted were wet and inaccessible - areas where sheep had been picking up liver fluke and foot rot
Get my trainers on regardless of potential foot rot
and go for a run.