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any of many plant diseases causing damage to, or the death of, leaves, fruit or other parts
to cause to suffer blight
to spoil or ruin (something)
anything that impedes growth or development or spoils any other aspect of life
to suffer blight
the bacterium, virus or fungus that causes such a condition
{n} mildew, a disappointment
{v} to blast
A deteriorated condition
Mildew; decay; anything nipping or blasting; applied as a general name to various injuries or diseases of plants, causing the whole or a part to wither, whether occasioned by insects, fungi, or atmospheric influences
a state or condition being blighted
The corrupted terrain surrounding Undead Haunted Goldmines and Necropolises The Undead can only build on this terrain; Undead units can only heal while standing on the blight, although heroes are able to heal anywhere And unlike StarCraft's Creep, other races can build on the Blight
If something blights your life or your hopes, it damages and spoils them. If something blights an area, it spoils it and makes it unattractive. An embarrassing blunder nearly blighted his career before it got off the ground. a strategy to redevelop blighted inner-city areas
That which frustrates one's plans or withers one's hopes; that which impairs or destroys
A downy species of aphis, or plant louse, destructive to fruit trees, infesting both the roots and branches; also applied to several other injurious insects
cause to suffer a blight; "Too much rain may blight the garden with mold"
any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting
a highly infectious disease with obligatory quarantine
Common name for a number of different diseases on plants characterised by the rapid death of plant tissue e g leaf blight, blossom blight, shoot blight
a withering condition that attacks flower buds
Blight is a disease which makes plants dry up and die. to spoil or damage something, especially by preventing people from doing what they want to do. Any of various plant diseases whose symptoms include sudden and severe yellowing, browning, spotting, withering, or dying of leaves, flowers, fruit, stems, or the entire plant. Usually the shoots and other young, rapidly growing tissues of a plant are attacked. Most blights are caused by bacteria or fungi (see fungus); some result from drought. Fungal and bacterial blights are most likely under cool, moist conditions. Most economically important plants are susceptible to one or more blights. Measures taken to fight blight include destroying the infected plant parts; using disease-free seed or stock and resistant varieties; rotating crops (see crop rotation); pruning and spacing plants for better air circulation; controlling pests that carry the fungus from plant to plant; avoiding overhead watering and working among wet plants; and, where needed, applying fungicides or antibiotics. Maintaining sanitary conditions is the most important measure for stopping the spread of the infestation. See also chestnut blight
To affect with blight; to blast; to prevent the growth and fertility of
To be affected by blight; to blast; as, this vine never blights
unsightly condition including the accumulation of debris, litter, rubbish, or rubble; fences characterized by holes, breaks, rot, crumbling, cracking, peeling or rusting; landscaping that is dead, characterized by uncontrolled growth or lack of maintenance, or damage, and any other similar conditions of disrepair and deterioration regardless of the condition of other properties in the neighborhood
Physical and economic conditions within an area that cause a reduction of or lack of proper utilization of that area   A blighted area is one that has deteriorated or has been arrested in its development by physical, economic, or social forces
A rashlike eruption on the human skin
A disease or injury of plants resulting in withering, cessation of growth, and death of parts without rotting Also, a term to describe older neighborhoods with high crime rates
{f} destroy, ruin; cause to wither and die (of a plant)
any plant disease resulting in withering without rotting a state or condition being blighted cause to suffer a blight; "Too much rain may blight the garden with mold
A disease characterized by general and rapid killing of leaves, flowers, and stems
You can refer to something as a blight when it causes great difficulties, and damages or spoils other things. This discriminatory policy has really been a blight on America Manchester still suffers from urban blight and unacceptable poverty
{i} disease, plague, scourge; affliction, destruction
The act of blighting, or the state of being blighted; a withering or mildewing, or a stoppage of growth in the whole or a part of a plant, etc
any of many plant diseases causing damage to, or the death of leaves, fruit or other parts
Hence: To destroy the happiness of; to ruin; to mar essentially; to frustrate; as, to blight one's prospects
blight canker
a phase of fire blight in which cankers appear
blister blight
A similar disease of some pines caused by Cronartium asclepiadeum
blister blight
An infection of tea plants, caused by the fungus Exobasidium vexans, characterized by blister-like lesions on the leaves
blister blight
a disease of tea plants a disease of Scotch pines
having suffered a blight
having caused to suffer a blight
Simple past tense and past participle of blight
ruined, spoiled
fire blight
a bacterial plant disease that mainly affects apples, pears and some other members of the Rosaceae family
head blight
a blight afflicting the seed heads or inflorescences of cereal crops
potato blight
Phytophthora infestans, a devastating disease of potatoes
urban blight
Urban decay consisting of the deterioration of part of a town or city due to ageing, neglect, and lack of financial support for maintenance
fire blight
a disease blackening the leaves of pear and apple trees
chestnut blight
(Botanik, Bitkibilim) A disease of chestnut trees caused by a fungus (Cryphonectria parasitica) that is especially destructive to the American chestnut, characterized by cankers that eventually kill the branches and trunk
alder blight
a disease of alders caused by the woolly alder aphid (a plant louse)
apple blight
a disease of apple trees
beet blight
a disease of beet plants
affected by blight--anything that mars or events growth or prosperity; "a blighted rose"; "blighted urtan districts
past of blight
Causing blight
present participle of blight
third-person singular of blight
cane blight
a disease affecting the canes of various bush fruits e
cane blight
raspberries or currants
celery blight
a fungous leaf spot disease of the celery plant
chestnut blight
a disease of American chestnut trees
coffee blight
a blight affecting the coffee plant
collar blight
a disease affecting the trunks of pear and apple trees
halo blight
a blight of bean plants a blight affecting the leaves of oats and other grasses
head blight
a blight of the heads of cereals
late blight
A disease of potato plants caused by the fungus Phytophthora infestans and characterized by decay of the foliage and tubers
late blight
blight in which symptoms appear late in the growing season especially a disease of solanaceous plants caused by the fungus Phytophthora infestans
leaf blight
any blight causing a browning and falling of the leaves of a plant
needle blight
a disease of conifers causing the needles to fall
oak blight
a black plant louse that lives on oaks and dogwoods
peach blight
a disease of trees bearing drupes
potato blight
a blight of potatoes
potato blight
Any of various highly destructive fungus diseases of the potato
rim blight
a disease of tea plants
spinach blight
a disease of spinach plants
spur blight
a disease of raspberries
stem blight
a fungous blight attacking the stems of plants
stripe blight
a disease of oats
thread blight
a disease of tropical woody plants (cocoa or tea or citrus)
tomato blight
a disease of tomato plants
twig blight
a disease of the ends of twigs of woody plants
walnut blight
a disease of English walnut trees