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If you ask farmers what their tough-to-control weeds are, they're going to tell you waterhemp, kochia, morningglory and others.
Acaricidal activities of extracts of Kochia scoparia against Tetranychus urticae, Tetranychus cinnabarinus, and Tetranychus viennensis (Acari: Tetranychidae).
This makes kochia and Canada fleabane especially problematic in vineyards, where they're often found on bare soil within the rows.
Outra possibilidade e que a microbiota associada as raizes dessas plantas possam, alem de tolerar os herbicidas imazetapir e imazapique, utiliza-los como substrato para seu metabolismo, como ocorre com os microrganismos existentes rizosfera da especie Kochia scoparia, fitorremediadora de atrazine (PERKOVICH et al.
In the situation of childhood and adolescent cancer, the parents are overwhelmed by the uncertainty of the future and fear of losing their child (Klassmann, Kochia, Furukawa, Hiragashi, & Marcon, 2008; Lacaz & Tyrrell, 2003; Malta, Schall, & Modena, 2008; Misko & Bousso, 2007; Moreira & Angelo, 2008).
Objective: To highlight the special features of an unusual foreign body of the larynx, the seed of kochia indica wight, and discuss its management.
More than 20 resilient species of weed have developed resistance to glyphosate due to overuse, including Kochia weed in Alberta and Canada fleabane at nearly 80 sites in Ontario.
When the blind is brushed with Kochia (tumbleweed), the bottom of the weed is stripped, leaving a 5 to 6-foot length of weed that is shoved into the wire covering riveted to the top of the skin.
The moderately frequent species Eclipta alba, Amaranthus viridis, Sonchus asper, Kochia indica, Suaeda fruticosa, Euphorbia pilulifera, Boerhavia diffusa, Medicago polymorpha, Melilotus parviflora, Plumbago zeylanica, Cenchrus pennisetiformis, Dicanthium annulatum, Eragrostis poaeoides, Poa annua, Malvestrum tricuspidatum and Solanum nigrum showed AF of 25-30% and RF of 1.
And for dot plants choose tall and showy flowers or foliage to break up block planting such as standard fuchsia, kochia, abutilon and canna.
Forage kochia (Kochia prostrata) is a shrubby Asian native that has found a new home on western U.