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Glyphosate plus pyrithiobac or S-metolachlor controlled tropical spiderwort 60 and 80%, metolachlor; tropical spiderwort, Commelina benghalensis L.; cotton, . (Commelina benghalensis) Control in Glyphosate-Resistant Cotton – Volume 18 Glyphosate plus pyrithiobac or S-metolachlor controlled tropical spiderwort . Commelina benghalensis (Tropical spiderwort or Benghal dayflower) has become .. herbicides have identified Dual Magnum® (s-metolachlor) (applied as a.

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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. Retrieved from ” https: It has 5- seeded capsules and flowers from August to June.

Benghal dayflower, Commelina benghalensis Commelinales: Commelinaceae

References Common Name Reference: Commelinaceae in relation to Taxonomy”. Commelina benghalensis is a spreading, annual herb, which is sparsely and shortly pubescent, sometimes bearing subterranean runners with self-pollinating, reduced com,elina and thin roots. The species Commelina benghalesis falls under the family of flowering plants called Commelinaceae. It is used to treat infertility, burns, sore throats, sore eyes, dysentery, rashes and leprosy.

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It is also used in the Phillippines to bathe sore eyes and for urethral pain and in India as demulcent, refrigerant and laxative. It is used medicinally by different cultures. Introduction 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. Sheldon Navie seedling Photo: It is also used there medicinally, but with different purported effects, including as a laxative and to cure inflammations of the skin as well as leprosy.

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This question is for testing whether or not you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions. Sheldon Navie mature fruit with seeds Photo: They may be produced to survive stressful periods e.

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The androecium male organ has six stamensof which only three are fertile. Commelina benghalensis is native to Commeliina and Africa and was first found in the United States in Rate this plant Is this an interesting plant? For more information, visit www.

Commelina benghalesis produces very attractive small flowers with deep ink-blue petals. It is a common, troublesome, widespread weed that is difficult to eradicate. Click here to register. Aerial and subaerial branch flowers have five ovules per ovary; underground branch flowers have three. It prefers humid regions, but is typically found in forests and grasslands.

EDDMapS Distribution – This map is incomplete and is based only on current site and county level reports made by experts, herbaria, and literature.

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It is widespread in Queensland and naturalised in northern New South Benghalensls i. The leaf decoctions are taken for malaria in Madagascar. One of the fertile stamens is longer and yellow; the other two are shorter and grey in colour. Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms.

Commelina benghalensis

The control methods referred to in this fact sheet should be used in accordance with the restrictions federal and state legislation, and local government laws directly or indirectly related to each control method. Indo-china, Indonesia and the Philippines. Commelina benghalensisbenghalennsis known as the Benghal dayflowertropical spiderwortor wandering Jew[6] kanshira in Bengaliis a perennial herb native to tropical Asia and Commelin. Sheldon Navie habit Photo: