Hearing that Simpson is absent where the evil of images is concerned is to hear a voice untethered to the contemporary context - a voice whose rhetoric about racism is so polished and inflexible that its risk of exposure to ideological defoliation
But because Gypchek takes about 2 weeks to kill the caterpillar, it fails to prevent defoliation
as well as other insecticides do, says Podgwaite.
Folex (active ingredient: tribufos), used alone or in combination with other cotton defoliants, affords excellent defoliation
of cotton; a process of removing the leaves from cotton plants prior to harvest.
However, this legislation does not address the possibility of defoliation
followed by deferral.
A total of 100 plants were evaluated, recording presence or absence of larvae and the defoliation
percentage in each plant.
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2003) performed the defoliation
by removing the leaflets from the trifoliate leaves of soybean, showing that the reaction caused by artificial defoliation
is very close to one caused by defoliating insects, and the agronomic variables can be affected according to the intensity and the period of defoliation
Changes in the stocking rate, caused by the supply of supplement, influence directly the intensity and frequency of defoliation
of grasses and this can modify the productive and structural variables of the pasture, leading to changes in pasture-animal interactions.
Causing greater concern in the gardening world is the blight fungus Cylindrocladium, which produces similar symptoms but leads to defoliation
Despite the difficulty to precisely simulate natural defoliation
caused by direct and/or indirect factors, the artificial cut of leaves is currently a useful method to measure to which extent the crop can withstand leaf area reduction, being used in many crops nowadays (Oyediran & Heinrichs, 2002; Lima Junior et al.
2013), requiring more frequent sanitary defoliation
and use of fungicides.
In his study, James shows that defoliation
increases the risk of natural fires igniting eight to 10 years after a budworm outbreak - especially now, in the spring, before summer fire season starts.