Juncus


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Juncus

a genus of plants in the rush family Juncaceae. Perennial herbaceous plants found in marshes, swamps and other poorly drained sites. Contain cyanogenetic glycosides and rarely cause poisoning. Includes J. effusus, J. inflexus (blue or hard rush), J. glaucus (J. inflexus), J. holoschoenus, J. pauciflorus, J. prismatocarpus.
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Percent of total value of Juncus acutus retained by different levels in the distribution process.
Aerial production, mortality, and mineral accumulation-export dynamics in Spartina alterniflora and Juncus roemerianus plant strands.
Mississippi: Hancock County, mouth of Jordan River [30[degrees]16'N, 89[degrees]37'W], on Juncus marsh island, 25 June 1993, 1 [?
The corkscrew rush, Juncus effusus Spiralis is an unusual plant, ideally for soil that remains moist most of the year.
Juncus decipiens 'Curly-wurly', an amazing grass with slender bright green stems which twist and wind among each other.
Clipping Frequency Heavy Moderate Light 1999 2000 1999 2000 1999 2000 Mixed-Conifer Habitat Juncus ssp.
Finally, if you prefer something different you must grow Juncus effusus Spiralis.
gang rushes geng rushes, Juncus gumbung rush root gummiuk bulrushes [cf cormiork] gwambung reeds [cf kumpung] inkua bulrushes ingkwe Typha domingensis jeerk rush root, old, after fibre jontie Typha, young flower-stem joutey Typha, young shoot kitara rush or flag krangali similar to reed, but woolly flower, water plant kumpung Typha kumpung Typha lam.
The best germinating weeds were Trifolium pratense (100 %), Juncus bufonis (83 %), Agrostis stolonifera (35 %), Plantago lanceolata (32 %), Poa annua (25 %), R.
Ground cover of the native sedge Juncus dubius increased dramatically on the same plot but plummeted in cover on the other plot (Table 1).