Contact us Asphodelus tenuifolius Piazi Family Liliaceae The family comprises of about genera and species found in temperate and sub-tropical regions of the world such as Asphodelus tenuifolius. Most species are annual or perennial herbs. The important genera are: Lilium, Aloe, Allium onion and Asparagus. Asphodelus tenuifolius Piazi The representative species is Asphodelus tenuifolius piazi.
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Contact us Asphodelus tenuifolius Piazi Family Liliaceae The family comprises of about genera and species found in temperate and sub-tropical regions of the world such as Asphodelus tenuifolius. Most species are annual or perennial herbs.
The important genera are: Lilium, Aloe, Allium onion and Asparagus. Asphodelus tenuifolius Piazi The representative species is Asphodelus tenuifolius piazi. Asphodelus tenuifolius Piazi It is an annual weed. Inflorescence Scapigerous raceme. Flower borne on a long-branched stalk, the scape. The perianth is not differentiated into calyx and corolla.
Flower Bracteate bracts boat-shaped , Pedicellate, Complete, Actinomorphic, Trimerous, Bisexual, Hypogynous, white Perianth 6 perianth leaves in two whorls of 3 each, gamophyllous, white, inferior Androecium 6 stamens in two whorls of 3 each, Polyandrous, Epiphyllous, Filaments broad at base and surround the ovary, Anthers basifixed or versatile Gynoecium Tricarpellary, Syncarpous, Ovary: superior and trilocular with two rows of ovules in each locule, Placentation: axile, Stigma: trilobed.
S Flower, Floral Axis, T. S Ovary, Stamen, Twig, Gynoecium. The flowering twig consists of the following parts roots, bulb, leaves, filament, flower, inflorescence , scape while the L.
S Flower consists of tepal, stigma, stamen, style, ovary, ovule, pedicel. The T. The stamen consists of anther lobe, connective. Yucca and few others like Sanseviera guineensis and Phormium tenax yield fibres. Smilax, Aloe, Gloriosa and Urginea yield useful drugs.
Hundreds of species and varieties are in use ornamentals including such well known forms as Tulips, Hyacinths, Gloriosa, Lilies, Aloe, Tiger lily L.
Weeds of Australia - Biosecurity Queensland Edition Fact Sheet
Asphodelus fistulosus L. Baker Asphodelus tenuifolius Cav. Naturalised Distribution A very widely naturalised species, that is particularly common in the southern parts of Australia. Scattered populations are also found in south-eastern and central Queensland, in Tasmania, in other parts of South Australia and in the southern parts of Northern Territory. Habitat Primarily found in warmer temperate and semi-arid regions, but also a weed of sub-tropical and arid environments. A weed of pastures, rangelands, open woodlands, grasslands, shrublands, roadsides, railway lines, disturbed sites, waste areas, coastal environs and cropping areas.
Prevention and Control Top of page Due to the variable regulations around de registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Cultural Control In India, a regime of two hand weedings, 30 and 45 days after sowing, was more effective than herbicides for controlling A. In north-west India the time of crop sowing was critical, with early sowings considerably increasing infestation compared to planting in mid-November Sahai and Bhan, b. Tripathi b found that manual control by clipping the plants at or close to soil level in January and February did not adequately control the weed. The population density of this weed may also be kept in check by ensuring a high density of crop plants Sen, , increasing intervals between irrigation Tripathi, a , and by crop rotation which reduces the soil seed bank. Farmers in India have also used a heavy roller immediately before crop sowing to prevent early seedling emergence. Chemical Control The population density and growth of A.
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