black mold


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black mold

[′blak ‚mōld]
(mycology)
Any dark fungus belonging to the order Mucorales.
(plant pathology)
A fungus disease of rose grafts and onion bulbs marked by black appearance due to the mold.
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Gardeners often notice the black mold on or under the magnolia before noticing the actual scale.
Tenants have reported issues including spiders, black mold and raw sewage, but claim Invitation, a creation of Blackstone (BX), took "months" to fix the issues.
That's what happens in the Neverworld, where storms rage, strange birds nest in dead trees and black mold lies just below clean-looking surfaces.
"Most people are highly aware of the danger 'black mold' poses due to a great deal of publicity about sick building syndrome and chronic health complaints from those who live or work in contaminated spaces," says Dr.
PGI was formed in 2003 during the black mold crisis in Dallas.
Read everything about the dangers of black mold. Black mold with time in a families home can cause serious ailments including life threatening diseases.
Read everything about the risks of black mold. Black mold in time in a families home can create severe illnesses consisting of life threatening ailments.
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Now, he said he had black mold, which is serious to human health.
The lack of repair spurred the growth of black mold, which caused illness in the Ballard family.
I've seen new buildings on the Palm Jumeirah where the apartments, corridors and ceilings have been infested with Black Mold because of improper installation.
Among the offenders is a hoarder in a West Village rental apartment at 1 Christopher Street on the corner of Greenwich Avenue, whose apartment began to seep a black mold through the doorway, and a woman who allegedly filed a false domestic violence claim to get into Section 8 housing (a legal case is pending).