Common Name: variable flatsedge. Family Name: Cuscutaceae Species Code: CYDI Native Range: Southern Europe, Africa, Asia, and. Whole plants, Roots fibrous; tubers dark brown to black, irregularly shaped, cm long when fully grown. Each tuber has an apical bud and several lateral buds . Plants also recover quickly after fire and can tolerate at least several weeks of deep flooding (Cook et al., ). Currently, C. dactylon is listed.
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Title Young plants and tubers.
The fatty acid composition of the tuber oil includes Nestorovic and Konstantinovic, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, 34 7: This immediately distinguishes it from other perennial weeds with comparable growth pattern such as Panicum repen klasiffikasi and Paspalum distichum Perez and Labrada, Proceedings, Southern Weed Science Society, 39th annual meeting, Proceedings of an international conference, Brighton, UK, Rotuncus Japan Association for the Advancement of Phyto-Regulators.
Plant Disease, 85 Devashish Kar, Barbhuiya MH, Ploughing distributes the tubers in the field, worsening the infestation; even if the plough cuts up the tubers to pieces, new plants can still grow from them.
Studies on Cyperus rotundus L. It prefers dry conditions, but will tolerate moist soils, and often grows in wastelands and in crop fields.
Up to three, or slightly more, rhizomes grow out of the basal bulb and produce tubers rotunxus new basal bulbs and daughter shoots. Effects of pyrazosulfuron-ethyl and imazaquin on the tuber formation and shoot tillering of yellow nutsedge Cyperus esculentus L.
Hence, cultivation stimulates the growth of C. It also spreads into temperate areas of Europe and North America but is limited by sensitivity to prolonged frost. Bermudagrass interference during a three-year sugarcane cycle.
Leaf blades are open up to the base, unhaired, similar or shorter than the length of the internode. Weight and germination capacity of seeds of Cynodon dactylon L.
Title Competition Caption C. Weed Research Tokyo40 3: Journal of Horticultural Science, 48 2: Most tubers are found in the upper 15 cm of soil but they can grow down to 30 cm or more in favourable conditions.
Plant Protection Bulletin Taipei43 4: Nedunzhiyan notes that yields of taro can be ‘drastically reduced’ by C. When designing a weed management program the following should be taken into account: National list of invasive and potentially invasive plants in the Republic of Cuba – Desiccation kills tubers but the duration and temperature of the drying period affects this process.
Each node is covered by a white cataphyl. Journal of Agricultural Entomology, 14 1: However, in eastern Africa there is frequent confusion with C. Rhizomes from the daughter shoots produce tubers from which new rhizomes and tubers develop.
Plants of cropland in Western Samoa with special reference to taro. Weeds of Saudi Arabia and the Arabian Peninsula. Clarke Cyperus micreilema Steud.
Cyperus esculentus (nut flatsedge): Go Botany
Also cultivators, chisels and drilling equipment allow runners and rhizomes to be distributed away from a given source.
Smooth or slightly scabrid on the midrib and marginflat, linearcm long or often two-thirds of the plant height, mm wide, usually 3 spreading leaf-like bracts.
Weed Technology, 17 2: Archived from the original xls on The number of rhiozomes is unaffected by photoperiod but tuber formation is promoted in short photoperiods Holm et al.