Common Name: variable flatsedge. Family Name: Cuscutaceae Species Code: CYDI Native Range: Southern Europe, Africa, Asia, and. Whole plants, Roots fibrous; tubers dark brown to black, irregularly shaped, cm long when fully grown. Each tuber has an apical bud and several lateral buds . Plants also recover quickly after fire and can tolerate at least several weeks of deep flooding (Cook et al., ). Currently, C. dactylon is listed.
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In Rottundus SO, ed. In polyploids, which are sterile, caryopses may be rotundsu. Several unequal rays, cm long, support reddish-brown to purplish-brown, flattened spikelets, cm long and 2 mm wide, each with up to 30 glumes, 3.
Rainfall Regime Top of page Summer. Manual of the Flowering Plants of Hawaii, revised edition. Response of rottundus yellow nutsedge varieties to three herbicides. Ciri khas tumbuhan ini terletak pada buah-buahnya yang berbentuk kerucut besar pada pangkalnya. Lewis and Charles Short. Seed erosion susceptibility of species selected for road embankment stabilisation. Biological Invasions, 9 3: Competition between corn Zea mays and bermudagrass Cynodon dactylon in relation to the crop plant arrangement.
Plants also recover quickly after fire and can tolerate at least several weeks of deep flooding Cook et al. It also benefits from human-related activities.
Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection, 46 3: A new flora of Fiji. Leaf blades are open up to the base, unhaired, similar or shorter than the length of the internode. Effect of Cyperus rotundus L. Crop production and crop protection: Yellow nutsedge Cyperus esculentus control in peanut Arachis hypogaea as influenced by method of metolachlor application. Valliappan and Warner and Fox showed probable allelopathic effects on rice and banana respectively, while Meissner et al.
Revista Brasileira de Fruticultura, 24 3: Sertkaya G, cinar A, Retrieved July 4, Invasion of yellow nutsedge Cyperus esculentus L into arable lands of Japan. Australia, Fiji, Swaziland, West Africa. Weed Technology, 17 2: Weed handbook of Western Polynesia. Title Whole plant – line drawing Caption a, Spikelet; b, flower; c, nut. Seed Biology An annual tufted plant propagates by seeds.
Seedlings emerge readily from a depth of 1. Arthropod predators of C. Sierra and Mercado also showed no loss in transplanted tomato. Tubers and, indeed, living shoots can be dispersed in soil attached to transplanted material, such as trees taken from a nursery.
Smooth or slightly scabrid on the midrib and marginflat, linearcm long or often two-thirds of the plant height, mm wide, usually 3 spreading leaf-like bracts.
Physical and chemical properties of chufa Cyperus esculentus L tubers grown in the Cukurova region of Turkey. Monocotyledonae Summary of Invasiveness C. Studies on nutgrass insects in California and their kladifikasi on biological control agents.
Bermudagrass somaclone resistance to fall armyworm Lepidoptera: Weeds and their densities in lentil klasifimasi Van, Turkey. Weed Technology, 12 1: The weed carriers of bacterial leaf blight of rice.
KLASIFIKASI DAN CIRI CIRI MORFOLOGI RUMPUT TEKI
Weeds of the United States and their klxsifikasi. Title Whole plant – line drawing. National Germplasm Resources Laboratory. Weed Technology, 11 2: As a rule, cultivars have relatively high viability. Inflorescence supported on a culm up to 25 cm high, consisting of a single whorl of narrow racemes, each cm long.
Cyperus esculentus (yellow nutsedge)
Title Young plants Caption Young plants of C. Biology and ecology The weed thrives in wetland rice, dryland annual crops, and plantation crops. Cyperus rotundus is one of the most invasive weeds known, having spread out to a worldwide distribution in tropical and temperate regions.
Costalonga S, Pavan R, Lemma silky pubescent on the keel; palea glabrous. Report to the Nature Conservancy. Field efficacy of Dactylaria higginsii as a bioherbicide for the control of purple nutsedge Cyperus rotundus.