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African rue (Peganum harmala L.)

Cindy RochГ©

African rue (Peganum harmala L.)

by Cindy RochГ©

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Published by Washington State University Cooperative Extension, Oregon State University Extension Service, University of Idaho Cooperative Extension System, Dept. of Agriculture in [Olympia, Wash.], [Corvallis, Or.], [Moscow, Idaho], [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Peganum harmala

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesPeganum harmala L.
    Statementby Cindy Roche.́
    SeriesWeeds, PNW -- 369., PNW (Series) -- 369.
    ContributionsWashington State University. Cooperative Extension., Oregon State University. Extension Service., University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System., United States. Dept. of Agriculture.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 sheet (2 p.) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17612984M
    OCLC/WorldCa24309892

    Peganum harmala is a perennial plant with a low-growing, bushy habit reaching ft. ( m) in height. Foliage Leaves are succulent, dark green in color, smooth, fleshy, alternate, irregularly divided, and from in. ( cm) long. Flowers The white, five-petal flowers have green sepals and yellow stamens.   Editorial Reviews. Afia Atakora brings the Civil War South to life so beautifully with Conjure Women, a heartbreaking joy to read.”—Martha Hall Kelly, New York Times bestselling author of Lilac Girls “If you are grieving for Toni Morrison, Afia Atakora is the young writer to read now: the kind of historical novelist who makes you believe she must have somehow seen the Brand: Random House Publishing Group.

    On page 45 of Suzanne Collins's book, Katniss sees Rue for the first time: And most hauntingly, a twelve-year-old girl from District She has dark brown skin and eyes, but other than that's. African rue (Peganum harmala) Stem. Up to 2 ft. tall; highly branched and bushy; Leaves. Alternate, bright green and deeply divided; leaflets strap-like (linear), narrow, in. long, fleshy, lack hair (glabrous) and have smooth edges (margins).

      Rue is not white. In the novel The Hun ger Games, Katniss describes Rue as “a twelve-year-old girl from District She has dark brown skin and eyes, but other than that, she’s very like Prim in size and demeanor.” If that is not enough to suggest African-American, as opposed to Hispanic or Asian, then take the author at her word: she is : Cassandra Neace.   E-book: Review by Ioana Danaila. Ioana Danaila was born in Romania. She graduated from University Lyon 2 Lumière with a Masters in African Postcolonial Literature and a First degree in French for Non-Francophone people. She is the author of a collection of short stories and a translator of books from French to Romanian.


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African rue (Peganum harmala L.) by Cindy RochГ© Download PDF EPUB FB2

African rue (Peganum harmala L.) is a toxic and highly invasive nonnative plant that infests much of the western and south-western United States. It is a native of the deserts of Africa and southern Asia that was first noticed in the United States near Deming, New Mexico in It is now a significant problem in.

African rue is growing sparsely and is easy to treat. IPT is an effective way to control the plantm but the method is time consuming and costly if the Af-rican rue population is dense. Adding a blue dye to the spray mixture helps to identify treated plants. Table 2. Recommended Spray Mixtures for Individual Plant Application on African Rue File Size: 1MB.

African rue contains at least four poisonous alkaloids that are likely toxic to horses. The seeds and the fruit are the most toxic part of the plant with the young leaves being less toxic and the mature leaves are even less toxic still.

The African rue, Peganum harmala, is a multi-branched perennial that grows to higher than 2 feet and about 4 feet in diameter. The base is woody and roots can branch and reach 20 feet in depth, making them able to survive is very dry habitats.

Flowers are white with five petals and appear in from spring to early fall. Peganum harmala, commonly called wild rue, Syrian rue, African rue, esfand, or harmel, (among other similar pronunciations and spellings), is a perennial, herbaceous plant, with a woody underground root-stock, of the family Nitrariaceae, usually growing in saline soils in temperate desert and Mediterranean regions.

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African rue is an introduced, deep-rooted, perennial plant in the Caltrop family. The plant is a succulent, bright green herb growing from a woody base. It is bushy, many branched and about 1 foot tall when fully grown. The leaves of African rue are hairless, divided into narrow segments and located alternately along the stems.

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