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shot hole

A wormhole in wood, usually more than 1/16 in. (1.6 mm) but not more than ? in. (3.2 mm) in diameter.
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2015), which is a population from San Diego, California, referred to as kuroshio shot hole borer ("KSHB") by Eskalen (2016).
incognita, and shot hole borer in most of the locations surveyed, are responsible for wilt complex with a high frequency of earlier two pathogens from soil and root samples.
Polyphagous shot hole borers stimulate a host response in avocado that includes gumming and a white residue around holes the insect has formed.
Entomologists led by Richard Stouthamer proposed the name polyphagous shot hole borer (PSHB) for the tiny insect, an ambrosia beetle.
A second shot hole was dug into the ground in a track beneath them with two projectiles under eight inches of soil.
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The first is known as shot hole and usually occurs in dry weather, so frequent watering helps.
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Tenders are invited for hiring of integrated shot hole drilling (shd) and seismic job services(sjs) for carrying out vsp surveys in onland wells of kg-pg basin and cauvery basin
Sailors then shot holes in different parts of the fishing boat, causing it to sink.
While "New" Western historians shot holes in Turner's thesis, the myths of the Old West prevailed.