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Commelina benghalensis produces three types of branches – aerial or negatively geotropic ones, subaerial or diageotropic ones, and underground or positively geotropic ones. It is a common, troublesome, widespread weed that is difficult to eradicate. It is present from the provinces of Hebei and Shandong in the northeast, west to Sichuan and in all provinces south to Hainanthe southernmost province. In both it native range and bengjalensis where it has been introduced it is usually considered a weed, sometimes a serious one.
Co,melina other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. In southeast Asia and Africa it is used as fodder and also medicinally as a poultice. For more information, visit www. This species is named after the Benghal region of India and Bangladesh where it originates. Humans contribute greatly to seed dispersal when harvesting it for medicinal purposes. What mteolachlor is in the image?
The leaf decoctions are taken for malaria in Madagascar. Commelina benghalesis produces very attractive small flowers with deep ink-blue petals. Leave this field blank. Ecological Threat Commelina benghalensis invades areas with moist soil including roadsides, grasslands and other disturbed areas. In Zulu culture the plant is used as a poultice and it is also taken to reduce high blood pressure.
This species is regarded as an environmental weed in south-eastern Queensland and northern New South Wales. Commelina benghalensis is a wide-ranging plant, being native to tropical and subtropical Asia and Africa, an area otherwise known as the paleotropics.
Finally, some plants may produce female flowers on aerial branches. Commelina benghalesis can also be cultivated from the seeds. Flowers Aboveground flowers are very small with relatively large lilac to blue petals and are present from the spring into the fall.
Flora of southern Africa. This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam meotlachlor. International Journal of Botany. Commelina benghalesis is a common, widespread weed found throughout southern Africa, tropical Africa and Asia and it is difficult to eradicate in cultivated areas because of its subterranean, seed-bearing capsules.
Foliage Leaves are alternate, lily-like, 1. It is also found in Taiwan. It has been widely introduced to areas outside its native range, including to the neotropicsHawaii, the West Indies and to both coasts of North America. A field guide to wild flowers Kwazulu-Natal and the eastern region. Volume 4, Part 2: Stanley; York, Alan C. References Common Name Reference: In China it is commonly associated with wet locations. It is especially problematic in pastures and crop fields where it forms dense, pure stands that can smother other plants such as low-growing crops.
Additional agricultural damage is caused by the fact that it can host the nematode Meloidogyne incognita and the Groundnut rosette virus. It can be propagated easily by cutting the stem nodes and by pressing them into wet, sandy soil.
Benghal dayflower, tropical spiderwort, Benghal wandering Jew Eng. Google QR Code Generator. Sheldon Navie hairy floral bracts containing immature fruit Photo: Sheldon Navie habit Photo: Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, pp. For more information, visit Invasive. Joseph; Santhosh Nampy The plant makes a very attractive pot plant and it can be used for decorating a small garden. Sheldon Navie young plant Photo: Indo-china, Indonesia and the Philippines.
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Plants from large underground seeds grow fastest in the first 2—4 weeks and so seem to have better competitive ability. Cymes 2, the upper one often suppressed later in the season. It has 5- seeded capsules and flowers from August commelnia June. Commelina benghalensis is used medicinally by different cultures. Bengal dayflowers display an enormous diversity in reproductive systems. Sheldon Navie seedling Photo: Sheldon Navie leaves Photo: