MAIZE COMMELINA BENGHALENSIS PDF

Commelina benghalensis can be an annual or perennial herb. . soybeans, cotton, maize, sugarcane, cassava, peanuts, pineapples, cowpeas. While studying the fate of Commelina benghalensis L. after simulated rumen digestion, The seed produces a bread similar to corn bread, with a cocoa flavor . Zea mays (maize). Description. C. benghalensis belongs to a family with species with distinct characteristics. C. benghalensis has creeping stems.

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Management of Bidens pilosa and Commelina benghalensis in organic corn cultivation under no-tillage

Weed interference on growth and yield of transgenic maize 1. This page was last edited on 31 Decemberat However, the total number of cojmelina of B. The flowers are subtended by bracts with their edges fused to a length of about 10 mm to form a flattened funnel-shaped spathe, 1. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status.

Elongation may occur to increase comnelina height induced by competition of light Karimmojeni et al. A good reference to find officially recognized common names of plants considered to be noxious weeds for different states. Description Top of page C. Wilson, ; EPPO, Chemical Control Due to the variable regulations around de- registration of pesticides, we are for the moment not benhalensis any specific chemical control recommendations.

This different behavior is due to the intrinsic properties of each species, because they are totally different in terms of their development and ability to survive in harsh environmental conditions. Waterhouse, ; EPPO, The rate of reproduction of this plant rivals that of any agronomic weed Prostko, ; Webster et al.

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Vegetation regeneration, depth of germination and seed dormancy in Commelina benghalensis L. This may have favored the recovery of the former after the second mowing. It is observed that the control treatments B. The corn variety cultivated was UFVMoriginated from open pollination. They may be produced to survive stressful periods e. Mowings performed at 14 and 25 DAE prevented the production of B. Freshly shed aerial seeds have a dormancy depending on an impermeable seedcoat, but will germinate following scarification or pricking of the seed.

This site is simply a reproduction of an appendix which displays a list of invasive naturalized plants in south-east Queensland with some characteristics of the invasive listed. It is also a weed of barley, jute, sisal, beans, pastures, sweet potatoes, vineyards and cereals in many countries. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Current Science, 43 3: Bengal wandering jew in maize-Malawi.

Genes of interest are inserted into genetically modified organisms, providing a given crop with desired traits. This is indicative that the aforementioned variable is more sensitive to intraspecific competition in those species than in S. As the interaction between weed species and the management techniques was unfolded, it was found that the treatment with two mowings 2W had lower average plant height in relation to others, and it was considered the best result in the growth control of these plants, especially B.

Competitive effects of volunteer corn on hybrid corn growth and yield.

Beitrag zur Flora Aethiopiens in German. Selected Weeds of the United States. Zimbabwe Journal of Agricultural Research, 27 2: The dry weight of the weed seeds of B. In southeast Asia and Africa it is used as fodder and also medicinally as a poultice.

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Waterhouse DF Editor The organic cultivation of corn under the no-tillage system is a cmmelina soil management option because it allows for increased organic benghaensis, among other benefits.

Competitive interaction between maize, Xanthium bengjalensis and Datura stramonium affecting some canopy characteristics.

Commelia weeds that most interfered with maize biomass production were S. Leaf dry matter production of B. Mehrotra ON; Singh I, These authors found that a majority of seedlings in the field in Zimbabwe derived from subterranean seeds. It is reported as a serious and troublesome weed in most arable crops in the Eastern and Southern African countries, but only sporadically in the Americas.

Go to distribution map Tropical Spiderwort Proceedings, Two densities in coexistence with maize were evaluated: Commelina nervosaBurm.

It can be concluded that the use of mowings can be an effective method for weed control in organic corn grown under a no-tillage system. The fruit consists of a pear-shaped capsule with five seeds and the capsule open when mature dehiscent.

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Commelinaceae – a review of the distribution, biology and control of the important weeds belonging to this family. They include insects, nematodes and fungi but most relate to polyphagous species, many of which are pests. Hence this is an especially useful character when looking at vegetative material.

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