When does western wheatgrass go dormant?

Answer Western wheatgrass is native to the western United States. It is dormant during the summer, but grows abundantly during the fall once the daytime temperature is consistently between 53 and 55 degre... Read More »

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When does a bank account become dormant in Maryland?

A bank account in Maryland is considered dormant or abandoned under state law if no activity or correspondence has been received for three years. There is no statute of limitations on reclaiming a... Read More »

What Is Dormant TB?

Tuberculosis is a bacterial infection that begins in the lungs. TB is spread through the air when an infected person coughs or sneezes, spreading the bacteria in aerosol droplets. When you are expo... Read More »

What happens to dormant bank accounts?

Under banking regulations, the money in your personal bank account may escheat (revert) to the state. After a certain period of inactivity, the bank closes such accounts and transfers those unclaim... Read More »

Can HIV be dormant?

A person who is infected with HIV will typically go through the clinical asymptomatic stage (also called the clinical latency stage). During this period no symptoms are present. However, the virus ... Read More »