Sesbania


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Sesbania

plant genus in the legume family Fabaceae. Annual herbaceous plants with a confused terminology but similar in their toxicity. Contain galactomannan, a toxic gum which causes diarrhea. Includes S. cannabina, S. drummondii (S. cavanillesi), S. longifolia, S. punicea (red or purple sesbania), S. vesicaria (S. platycarpa). Called also Glottidium spp., Daubentonia spp., rattlepod, bagpod, coffee bean, rattlebox, rattlebrush, poison bean, and many others.
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Talking to reporter, Mujtaba Zaidi said ZRK industry took the risk of experimenting sesbania plantation by importing the seed from Sindh province.
Effects of fertirrigation with compost tea of sewage sludge on growth and physiological quality in seedlings of Sesbania virgata (Cav.
Dhancha, Sesbania bispinosa Wight was cultivated and cultured as Green Manure (GM) in first week of April.
weedy, weed free, Sesbania co-culture + cutting and residue incorporation, Sesbania co-culture fb 2,4 D 0.
The experiment was installed on August, 2007 in a randomized block design with four treatments and three repetitions: T1 (Control)- only the control of leaf-cutting ants, T2: manual selective mowing, selective chemical weed control, control of ants and herbicide-tolerant species; T3: same for treatment 2, but planting pioneer species from the Atlantic Forest spaced 5x5m, interleaving, in the same spacing, the seeding of Sesbania grandifora ; T4: same for treatment 2, but planting 54 species from the Atlantic Forest spaced 3x3m.
Chakraborty, "Potent spermicidal effect of oleanolic acid 3-beta-d-glucuronide, an active principle isolated from the plant Sesbania sesban Merrill," Contraception, vol.
Bosque de la llanura aluvial: Mascagnia macradena, Sesbania exasperata, Margaritaria nobilis, Ruprechtia ramiflora, especies de Coccoloba, Arrabidaea y Lindackeria laurina.
Solubility and accumulation of metals in Chinese brake fern, vetiver and rostrate sesbania using chelating agents.