Some articles on root, club root disease, disease:
... Root races are stages in human evolution in the esoteric cosmology of theosophist Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, as described in her book The Secret Doctrine (1888) ... Samael Aun Weor confirmed the existence of the Root Races, elaborating various facts throughout his works ...
... According to Blavatsky's writings, there will be seven root races assembled for our Earth each root race is divided into seven subraces ... Only five root races have appeared so far the sixth is expected to emerge in the 28th century ... Samael Aun Weor writes that the sixth root race is named Koradhi Francis Bacon (which theosophy considers as the same Count of St ...
... They can cause cabbage club root disease and powdery scab tuber disease ... Club root disease of cabbages) ... Tetramyxa, Woronina Parasitic protists which can cause cabbage club root disease and powdery scab tuber disease ...
... Root (May 5, 1808 - September 1, 1865) was a Connecticut machinist and inventor ... Root was born on a Massachusetts farm and worked as a bobbin boy in a cotton mill before switching, at the age of 15, to working in a machine shop in Ware, Massachusetts ... According to historian Diana Muir writing in Reflections in Bullough's Pond, Root "reconceptualized" the making of axes ...
... Browns Hollow – A location southwest of Root Center ... Currytown – A hamlet on NY-162 near the center of Root ... – A tributary of the Mohawk River, flowing northward through western Root ...
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For the springtime of her pride,
Eats the green by easy stages,
Nibbles at the root beneath
With intimidating teeth.”
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