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An herb that is rich in tannins, which is astringent and haemostatic. It is used internally for diarrhoea and heavy menses, and topically for cuts
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13 Silene alba 1 1 Silene vulgaris 7 Solanum dulcamara 4 1 Solanum nigrum 1 1 Spergula arvensis 9 Stellaria graminea 3 6 Stellaria media 1 13 Thlaspi arvense 2 3 Urtica dioica 3 1 5 Urtica urens 3 4 Viola arvensis 1 1 MEADOW PLANTS Alchemilla sp.
SEEDS COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME PER PLANT Annual bluegrass Poa annua 2,000 Barnyardgrass Echinochloa crusgalli 7,000 Common chickweed Stellaria media 15,000 Curly dock Rumex crispus 30,000 Dandelion Taraxacum officinale 12,000 Green foxtail Setaria viridis 34,000 Knotweed Polygonum aviculare 6,500 Broadleaf plantain Plantago major 36,000 Veronica or purslane speedwell Veronica peregrina 2,900 Figure 14-10 Examples of annual grasses, perennial grasses, and broadleaf plants found as weeds in turfgrass.
Wild garlic Allium canadense Common chickweed Stellaria media X Clover Trifolium repens Cranesbill Erodium cicutarium Creeping Charlie, Glechoma hederacea ground ivy Dandelion Taraxicum officinale Henbit Lamium amplexicaule X Knotweed Polygonum spp.
orientale, Eruca sativa, Stellaria media, Veronica didyma, Malva parviflora, M.
Species common in the understory included Parthenocissus quinquefolia, Stellaria media, Sanicula canadense, Pilea pumila, Hackelia virginiana, Polygonum cespitosum, Impatiens spp.
According to the privatisation agency APV the only group not to qualify was Corporacion America and Hungary's Stellaria Tanacsado.
A COMMON Chickweed, known as Stellaria media, is an easy annual weed to kill using a contact weed killer.
To alleviate the itching, use Stellaria Cream, pounds 3.
Pollinator sharing and seed set of Stellaria pubera: competition for pollination.
Slow" and "quick" S-alleles without dominance interaction in the sporophytic one-locus self-incompatibility system of Stellaria holostea (Caryophyllaceae).
Four holes totaling 392 meters were drilled adjacent to the Stellaria diamondiferous kimberlite at the Kikerk Lake joint venture in Canada.