Stellaria Media


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An annual herb, the aerial parts of which contain mucilage, saponins and vitamin C; it has been used internally for bronchitis, pulmonary congestion, gastric ulcers, rheumatic complaints, and sore throat, and topically for abscesses, bites, cuts, dermatitis, eczema, psoriasis
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narrowleaf silkgrass Phyla nodiflora (L.) Greene turkey tangle fogfruit Stellaria media (L.) Villars chickweed Species Family Julian Origin date Agastache hybrid Lamiaceae 177 C Ageratina aromatica (L.) Spach Asteraceae 319 N Aloysia virgata (H.R.
Agrostemma githago, Cerastium arvense, Cerastium holosteoides, Scleranthus annuus, Silene vulgaris, Stellaria graminea, Stellaria media and Spergula arvensis to the pink family (Caryophyllaceae) as use of phase contrast microscopy would be necessary for identification of the mentioned species.
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A COMMON Chickweed, known as Stellaria media, is an easy annual weed to kill using a contact weed killer.
Chickweed (Stellaria media): The young leaves and stalks, and even the flowers, are used in salads.
Similarly, the low N rate had 4 plants [m.sup.-2] of common chickweed (Stellaria media (L.) Vill.) compared with 1.3 and 0.8 plants [m.sup.-2] at the medium and high N rates.
- - - - - - Oenothera odorata * 0.92 1.76 6 2.65 2.89 28 Osmorhiza chilensis * 0.17 0.54 1 - - - Papaver rhoeas - - - - - - Plantago lanceolata 7.89 4.54 67 14.61 10.70 112 Rumex acetosella 1.60 1.24 25 3.08 2.46 34 Rumex longifolius - - - 0.39 0.88 1 Sanguisorba minor - - - 0.55 1.24 3 Silybum marianum 0.24 0.76 1 - - - Sonchus asper - - - 0.12 0.27 1 Sonchus oleraceus - - - 2.21 4.72 7 Stellaria media - - - - - - Tarazacum officinale 3.25 3.89 27 8.46 11.39 14 Tragopogon dubius 0.04 0.14 1 - - - Trifolium repens 0.05 0.16 1 - - - Species Vacant lots Orchard No.
I surveyed 10 randomly selected 100-[cm.sup.2] subplots in each 1-[m.sup.2] plot for the presence or absence of ten common exotic species (Alliaria officinalis, Glecoma hederacea, Stellaria media, Lonicera japonica, Hedera helix, Duchesnea indica, Urtica dioica, Veronica hederaefolia, Lamium purpureum and Rosa multiflora).
However, early spring senescence of chickweed (Stellaria media L.), low competitiveness, and its reseeding characteristics indicated this species had potential as a winter cover-crop.