Echinochloa stagnina (Burgu millet, bourgou, hippo grass) is a species of Echinochloa widespread in tropical Africa and Asia, with an invasive status in many Pacific islands. It was once one of the major grasses cultivated in the Inner Niger Delta of the Niger River.It was cultivated by the Fulani people, who used the seeds as food, and to make both alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages.
Burgu (Echinochloa stagnina (Retz.) P. Beauv.) is a perennial, or sometimes annual, semi-aquatic tropical grass. It reaches up to 10 m in length when floating, most of the plant being under water. It has stout floating rhizomes. Culms are decumbent, 2.5 cm in diameter, rooting and branching at the lower nodes.
Echinochloa stagnina in the Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN), U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. Accessed on 07-Oct-06. For more multimedia, look at Echinochloa stagnina on Wikimedia Commons.
Oryza barthii, a wild rice, is one that harbours such hoppers. If all the land could be clothed with E. Stagnina and grazing and firing restricted so as not to expose the soil locust egg-laying might be inhibited.
Echinochloa is a very widespread genus of plants in the grass family and tribe Paniceae. Some of. Indian barnyard millet (E. frumentacea) in South Asia, and burgu millet (E. stagnina) in West Africa. Collectively, the members of this genus are called barnyard grasses (though this may also refer to E. crus-galli specifically).
Echinochloa synonyms, Echinochloa pronunciation, Echinochloa translation, English dictionary definition of Echinochloa. Noun 1. Echinochloa - annual or perennial succulent grasses of warm regions genus Echinochloa liliopsid genus, monocot genus.
Genus: Echinochloa Species: E. stagnina Binomial name Echinochloa stagnina (Retz.) P.Beauv. Echinochloa stagnina Echinochloa stagnina (Burgu millet, bourgou, hippo grass) is a species of Echinochloa widespread in tropical Africa and Asia, with an invasive status in many Pacific islands.(1).
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Echinochloa stagnina (Retz.) P.Beauv. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Echinochloa (family Poaceae). The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on 2012-03-23) which reports it as an accepted name (record 410368) with original publication details: Ess.
Echinochloa stagnina (Retz.) P. Beauv. Show All Show Tabs hippo grass.
Aim This study tested the capacity of the semi-aquatic grass Echinochloa stagnina to grow on highly salt-affected soil to improve soil structure and decrease salinity of saline Vertisols.
Echinochloa stagnina; Echinochloa telmatophila; Echinochloa turneriana; Echinochloa ugandensis; Echinochloa walteri; Ang mga gi basihan niini. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Gikan sa gawas nga tinubdan.
This study tested the capacity of the semi-aquatic grass Echinochloa stagnina to grow on highly salt-affected soil to improve soil structure and decrease salinity of saline Vertisols. The experimental study, conducted over 11 months on soil columns in laboratory conditions, tested three treatments: i) ponded bare soil without crops (CT), ii) soil cultivated with E. stagnina (CEs) in two.
Burgu (Echinochloa stagnina) seeds. Description. Credits. CIRAD. Datasheet. Burgu (Echinochloa stagnina) Image license. Unknown license. Link to image source. Fleurs d'Afrique tropicale et fleurs d'Europe - Echinochloa stagnina.
English: Barnyard and Billion Dollar Grasses, Barnyard Millets eesti: Kukehirss suomi: Kananhirssit.Last update on 2019-06-13: Now containing 11906 plants. Useful Tropical Plants Database 2014 by Ken Fern, web interface by Ajna Fern with help from Richard Morris. The database and code is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0.John R.N. Taylor, in Sorghum and Millets (Second Edition), 2019. 2.8 Japanese Barnyard Millet (Echinochloa esculenta, (A. Braun) H. Scholz) and Indian Barnyard Millet (Echinochloa frumentacea Link)Barnyard millet (Fig. 1.3H) also comprises two different cultivated species, Japanese barnyard millet (Echinochloa esculenta) and Indian Barnyard millet (Echinochloa frumentacea), both belong to the.