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A problem with a computer or similar device that causes it to function incorrectly. A bug can cause significant slowdown or even failure of a project. As a result, many companies spend a great deal of time "de-bugging," or fixing as many bugs as they can find, before releasing software or other programs.
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Taking 10 minutes as part of a postflight to clean fresh bugs off requires less work and less sophisticated cleaning products than attacking them once they've been in place for a few days--water and a damp microfiber cloth will usually be adequate.
"It's insane what it takes to keep bugs off cotton," said Donald Brodsky, 35, who co-owns Xylem Clothing, a Eugene company that makes organic clothing, with his wife, Danielle Brodsky, 34, and Jazzi Januari, 33.
This is a great chemical-free way to keep unwanted bugs off your prized produce.
need not harvest the spinach or keep the bugs off it: not that it
But first he found poverty, keeping bugs off his bed with pans of paraffin wax.
There has been a bit of kennel sickness around, so it's fingers crossed, and hopefully the hard frosts will kill all the bugs off. We landed this twice with Eye Onthe Veto (2006-7), here's hoping it's our turn again.
Bright-colored marigolds, zinnias and cosmos accent the fruits and veggies, but they also help keep bugs off the food plants, Ms.
Come to the breakout session, Evicting Bed Bugs: Strategies to Keep Bed Bugs OFF Your Tenant list, to get the answers that will help you sleep better and protect your property and residents.
Centers for Disease Control (CDC), Americans alone churn through 75 million pounds of pesticides each year to keep the bugs off their peapods and petunias.