Effect of planting date on parasitism of broad bean (Vicia faba) by crenate broomrape
Beechdrops, squawroot and one-flowered broomrape
are members of the broomrape
family, a cosmopolitan group of plants which in some parts of the world are serious agricultural pests, parasitizing important food crops.
Application of Ammonium Sulphate @ 200 kg [ha.sup.-1] recorded significantly later emergence of broomrape
but it was at par with treatments [F.sub.3] (Castor cake; 200 kg [ha.sup.-1]) and [F.sub.4] (Neem cake; 200 kg [ha.sup.-1]) whereas, significantly the earliest broomrape
emergence was observed under the treatment [F.sub.1] (Control) (Table 1).
plants produce an impressive number of seeds from 50,000 to 500,000  that maintain their viability in the soil for up to 20 years .
Yma hefyd mae'r gorfanadl (Orobanche rapum-genistae; greater broomrape
) sydd yn brin yn genedlaethol.
Histochemical aspects of penetration and vascular connection of Broomrape
haustoria in the host root, and the possible implication of phenylpropanoids.
San Clemente Island lotus is a low growing, sprawling subshrub in the pea family, while the San Clemente Island paintbrush is an erect, hemiparasitic perennial in the broomrape
The cliffs are also home to a rich array of wildlife including the Adonis blue butterfly, rare coastal plants such as oxtongue broomrape
and sea carrot, and birds including skylark, the only pair of breeding ravens in Kent and peregrine falcons.
The cliffs are home to a rich biodiversity, which includes wildlife such as the Adonis blue butterfly, rare coastal plants that include the oxtongue broomrape
and sea carrot, and birds including the skylark and peregrine falcon.
Diolch iddo hefyd am anfon lluniau o degeirian y wenynen (Ophrys apifera; bee orchid) a'r gorfanhadlen (Orobanche; broomrape
Other economically important plant-parasitic species include broomrape
"Ragwort supports many species of wildlife including Common Broomrape
Orobanche minor, fourteen species of fungi, moth larvae, thrips, plant bugs, flies, beetles and mites.