Goats (5 months, 9.0 kg live weight) fed S. rostrata leaves ate 259 g/d DM and gained 38 g/day. Recent progress has been made in this field with the discovery of stem-nodulated legumes whose dual nodulation confers upon them an unusually high Nz-fixing potential. Add to Likebox #121847323 - agasta flower for health at street food. Genus. 16: 419 (1935); Gillett in Bol. (Fabaceae) rostrata Bremek. & Oberm. MIRCEN Journal of Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 1:111–122. Leaf meal may also serve as a concentrate fed with poor quality feeds such as rice straw. Plant and Soil 132:149–158. S. rostrata is susceptible to damping off caused by Pythium and Rhizoctonia, a Cercospora leafspot, and leaf mosaic virus. Adults feed on the crop, but it is not suitable for nymphal development, making it an ideal trap crop for this insect. (1985) Stem and root nodulation of the tropical legume Sesbania rostrata by Rhizobium strains ORS-571 and WE7. Similar Images . have been used in this way. (eds) Flora of Tropical East Africa. You are using a version of browser that may not display all the features of this website. Sesbania sesban. Systems used to automatically annotate proteins with high accuracy: Select one of the options below to target your search: Select item(s) and click on "Add to basket" to create your own collection here (400 entries max). Gillett, J.B., Polhill, R.M. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, Richmond, UK. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Pod, curved 15‒22 cm long, including a slender beak of 1.5‒3.5 cm; septa 4.5‒5.5 mm apart. Sesbania tripetii. and Verdcourt, B. Occurs naturally on periodically flooded or waterlogged, deep clayey alluvial soils. (1991) Effect of NPK on growth and nitrogen fixation of Sesbania rostrata as a green manure for lowland rice (Oryza sativa L.). Recent progress has been made in this field with the discovery of stem-nodulated legumes whose dual nodulation confers upon them an unusually high Nz-fixing potential. {Misapplied} Sesbania punctata sensu R.Vig. S. rostrata is used as green manure between rice crops, or as an intercrop in transplanted rice. & Oberm. Sinia in language. Related Plants. Species. doi.org/10.1079/9780851994178.0000, Gillett, J.B. (1963) Sesbania in Africa (excluding Madagascar) and southern Arabia. Field Crops Research 49:259–268. & Oberm. 11. Sesbania [Cultivars] Sesbania bispinosa. (1998) Revised checklist of the Legumes of … Soil Biology and Biochemistry 22:1109–1119. Legumes: rice bean (Vigna umbellata), jointvetch (Aeschynomene afraspera). Occurs naturally in areas of 600‒1,000 mm rainfall, but mostly in wet and muddy places on flood plains, in seasonal swamps and around the margins of more permanent swamps into quite dry country. In: Faridah Hanum, I. and van der Maesen, L.J.G. {Misapplied} Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS571 is a microsymbiont of the tropical legume Sesbania rostrata. Information on Organism Sesbania rostrata go to... Fulltext Search Advanced Search TaxTree Explorer EC Explorer Sequence Search Genome Explorer Ontology Explorer Bibliographic References. A plant spacing of 45 × 20 cm is used, and nipping of terminal buds carried out 2 months after sowing to encourage branching and improve seed yield. Crown Agents for Overseas Governments and Administrations, London, UK. Pods ripen over a long period, and are normally hand-harvested. This service is based upon the Taxonomic Name Server (TNS), a thesaurus of taxonomic information. Del Barrio, A.N., Roxas, D.B., Lapitan, R.M, Momongan, V.G. Description: Sesbania is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae, and the only genus found in tribe Sesbanieae.Riverhemp is a common name for plants in this genus. S. rostrata, a legume promising as a green manure crop, developed N-fixing nodules on the stem after spraying the plants with the bacterial culture TCSR 1. doi.org/10.1007/BF00261012. & Oberm. Sesbania rostrata. Asian-Australian Journal of Animal Science 13(4):487–489. K000239632: Leguminosae-papilionoideae : Sesbania rostrata : Johnston, H.B. They have broad leaves. Reference taxon from ILDIS in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Dreyfus, B., Rinaudo, G. and Dommergues, Y. doi.org/10.1007/BF00011021, Becker, M., Ladha, J.K. and Ottow, J.C.G. S. rostrata is susceptible to damping off caused by Pythium and Rhizoctonia, a Cercospora leafspot, and leaf mosaic virus. Copyright © 2017. Reference taxon from ILDIS in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Two field experiments were conducted in Malaysia to evaluate the growth of Sesbania rostrata on sand, sandy loam and slime from a tin tailing area treated with inorganic fertilizer, and on the sandy component amended with an organic mixture. Vicia cracca (14,17,18) or non legumes, such as Coriaria sinica (Watanabe, pers. Journal of Plant Physiology 121:199–210. and Rolfe, B.G. Family: Fabaceae (alt. Notable species include the rattlebox (Sesbania punicea), spiny sesbania (Sesbania bispinosa), and Sesbania sesban, which is used in cooking. However, the morphologically and agronomically similar weed species, S. cannabina, can be controlled with pyrithiobac-sodium, trifloxysulfuron sodium, atrazine, S-metolachlor, fluroxypyr and carfentrazone-ethyl. Seeds sub-cylindrical (3‒3.5) × (2.5‒3) × (2‒2.5), light to dark brown, minutely dotted with violet; hilum 0.5 mm long; 50,000 ‒70,000 seeds per kg. [family LEGUMINOSAE-PAPILIONOIDEAE], in Ann. CABI Publishing, Wallingford, Oxon, UK. doi.org/10.1016/S0176-1617(85)80054-7. The species of rhizobia responsible for nitrogen fixation in Sesbania rostrata is Azorhizobium ca… Ovary glabrous; style glabrous, 5‒6 mm long. are damaging in better drained soils. bit.ly/3ayimkX, Olsson, J.E. du Puy, D.J., Labat, J.N., Rabevohitra, R., Villiers, J.F., Bosser, J. and Moat, J. It remains vegetative for up to 60 days after the date of sowing, even in winter. (3) PK fertilization + ammonium sulphate (60kg N ha −1). Primarily a tropical plant, occurring between about 18º N and S, and from sea level to 1,600 m asl. Cuttings should be 30 cm long (15 cm is adequate but plants do not develop as quickly) at a planting density of 50‒100/m². No record of weediness, possibly because it is usually turned under before flowering when used as a green manure. Sanpat Sunhemp Crotalaria juncea Fabaceae (Leguminosae) 4. Seed yields of 0.5‒2 t/ha have been achieved. The amount of Nitrogen contributed by Sesbania rostrata plant in terms of Nitrogen fertilizer equivalence ranges from 80–120 kg/ha. Species recognized by Barcode of Life Data Systems, wikipedia VI, Angola Species List, Botswana Species List, Democratic Republic of the Congo Species List, Namibia Species List, South Africa Species List, Zambia Species List, NCBI, and TRY summarized records Herrera, W.T., Garrity, D.F. Mature plants can grow in water 30 cm or more deep. High levels of hard-seededness require scarification to achieve rapid germination. 2. Terminal (leaf) node. Sesbania cannabina (Retz.) Of the 35 annual Sesbania accessions tested, 25 were considered high-yielding varieties (HYVs). Origin uncertain. S. rostrata is limited to small wet areas in its native environment. S. rostrata responds to lime in strongly acidic soils, and phosphorus (about 20 kg/ha P) in low fertility soils. and Furoc, R.E. ... Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Location Date Item Type? & Oberm. In some countries leaves are eaten by people, and stems can be used for firewood. Shrestha,K.K. Email comments HIGHER TAXON: Robinieae GENUS: Sesbania Scop. Under construction. 'Jantar Magic' Released in India. It grows best at temperatures above 25 ºC. Leave a Reply Cancel reply. Common name i-Synonym i-Other names i ›Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Pers. Sesbania cinerascens. A late flowering irradiation-induced mutant. Racemes axillary, (1‒) 3‒12 (‒15) -flowered; rachis pilose 1‒6 cm long (including peduncle 4‒15 mm); bracts and bracteoles linear-lanceolate, pilose; pedicels pedicel 4‒15 (‒19) mm long, sparsely pilose. Leaves paripinnate (4.5‒) 7‒25 cm long; stipules linear-lanceolate, 5‒10 mm long, reflexed, pilose, persistent; petiole 3‒8 mm long, pilose; rachis up to 19 cm long, sparsely pilose; stipels present at most petiolules; pinnae opposite or nearly so, in (6‒) 12‒24 (‒27) pairs, oblong, 0.9‒3.5 cm × 2‒10 mm, the basal pair usually smaller than the others, apex rounded to obtuse to slightly emarginate, margins entire, glabrous above, usually sparsely pilose on margins and midrib beneath. Philippine Journal of Veterinary and Animal Science 19:87–94. doi.org/10.1016/0038-0717(90)90037-Z, Becker, M., Ladha, J.K., Watanebe, I. and Ottow, J.C.G. Sesbania. p. 240‒242. Wight (Duke, 1981; Miller et al., 1989) which is often called by its former name, S. aculeata (Yost and Evans, 1988), Sesbania rostrata, Sesbania sesban, and Sesbania exaltata (Raf.) A leaf roller, possibly lucerne leaf roller ( Merophyas divulsana Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) has damaged growing tips in stands in the subtropics. Synonyms: Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Proceedings of an International Workshop held at the National Agricultural Research Centre, Vientiane, Laos, 21-22 April 1999. p. 28–36. No information available specifically for S. rostrata. This can be achieved by various means: Inoculation of seed or cuttings in wet areas with Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS571 is necessary to achieve high levels of N fixation. Sesbania is a genus of flowering plants in the pea family, Fabaceae, and the only genus found in tribe Sesbanieae. Sesbania tomentosa. and Sesbania rostrata) on the body weight gain and blood characteristics in Holstein steers. (1987) Productivity of Sesbania species. & Oberm. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Scientific Names. & Oberm. Saud, H.M., Norizan, T. and Shamsuddin, Z.H. Sesbania roxburghii. Erect softly woody plant 1–3 m. tall, not aculeate, the stems pithy, up to 15 mm. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Sesbania (family Leguminosae). The amount of Nitrogen contributed by Sesbania rostrata plant in terms of Nitrogen fertilizer equivalence ranges from 80–120 kg/ha. M. officinalis, Sesbania aculeata, S. mnnabina, S, Daludosa. M. officinalis, Sesbania aculeata, S. mnnabina, S, Daludosa. Not normally grown in fire-prone situations. Seed harvested during the rainy season is often of lower quality due to pod borer infestation. Recommendations for time of sowing for seed crops vary from March to May, to as late as an August sowing for a December harvest, in the northern hemisphere. All rights reserved. Proceedings of the 10th Australian Nitrogen Fixation Conference, Brisbane, Australia. Erect annual or short-lived perennial 1–3m tall, Leaves paripinnate with mostly12-24 pairs of pinnae, Inflorescence an axillary  raceme comprising mostly 3-12 flowers. During this period, it flowers in 30 to 35 days and bears seed 30 days later. The Plant List includes 137 scientific plant names of species rank for the genus Sesbania.Of these 55 are accepted species names. Recognized by Flora of Zimbabwe. Scientific name. Morning harvest is preferable to avoid pod-shattering and seed loss. p. 313–314. The HYVs produced 8-17 t/ha of dry matter containing 150-245 kg N/ha when sown at 125 000 plants/ha and harvested 98 days after planting (DAP). Vigorous stands suppress weeds, reducing the need for herbicides in rice systems. Fuel crops: Sl. doi.org/10.5713/ajas.2000.487. Sesbania rostrata. (Fabaceae) Related Species. However, it can acts as a plant trap for the nematodes, Hirschmanniella oryzae and H. spinicaudata, that damage rice crops. A leaf roller, possibly lucerne leaf roller (Merophyas divulsana Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) has damaged growing tips in stands in the subtropics. Plants established from cutting grow 2‒2.5 times faster in the first 42 days than seeded plants. Stem nodules occur in rows at the sites of adventitious root primordia, the bacteria entering via fissures caused by erupting primordia. Rydb. The Plant List includes a further 25 scientific plant names of infraspecific rank for the genus Sesbania.We do not intend The Plant List to be complete for names of infraspecific rank. W.F. Stem nodulating agroforestry species, for example, Sesbania rostrata and Aeschynomene afraspera, which have the advantage of continued N fixation under flooded conditions, can be utilized in lowland rice for purposes of increasing N total budget on farms (Giller, 2001).The work by Herrera et al. Ipor, I.B. edepot.wur.nl/411331, Ndoye, I., de Billy, F., Vasse, J., Dreyfus, B. and Truchet, G. (1994) Root nodulation of Sesbania rostrata. The root nodules appear to form by root hair infection in a process intermediate between indeterminate and determinate types. doi.org/10.2307/4118710. If grown in the short-day period, it flowers early resulting in lesser vegetative growth and lower nitrogen fixation. Whitbread, A.M., Chanphengsay, M., Linquist, B., Sengxua, P., Blair, G.J., Vongsouthi, S. and Phengsounanna, V. (1999) Sesbania rostrata as a green manure and phosphorus management for lowland rice production in Lao PDR. Readily eaten by sheep and goats, sometimes by camels, but not relished by cattle and carabao. As a green manure, it is allowed to grow for 55‒60 days from a mid-May sowing (N hemisphere), before incorporation into the soil, and rice is transplanted 7‒10 days after incorporation of S. rostrata. Sesbania cannabina ... Sesbania macrantha. & Oberm. The number of stem nodules at 55 d after sowing was about 1200. Blister beetles (Coleoptera, Meloidae) attack S. rostrata when it is in flower, eating leaves and growing tips.  thick, sparsely pilose at first, later glabrescent with vertical rows of pustules above the leaf-axils which produce curious warty outgrowths on older stems. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. doi.org/10.1016/S0378-4290(96)01003-9. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Sesbania (family Leguminosae). and Patena, G. (1987) Flowering response of Sesbania rostrata to photoperiod. Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1 and EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. and Vejpas, C. (1996) Management of Sesbania rostrata green manure crops grown prior to rainfed lowland rice on sandy soils. Plants with stem nodules had a significantly reduced number of root nodules. bit.ly/2Jqh27J, Giller, K.E. Seed can be produced when daylengths are shorter than 11 hours. Asia: turi mini (Indonesia); girkhe dhaichaa (Nepal); sano african (Thailand), India: jantar, manila agathi; dhaincha (mostly applied to Sesbania bispinosa (Jacq.) Biology and Fertility of Soils 6:279–181. (2001) Nitrogen fixation in tropical cropping systems. Transv.Mus. (1971) Leguminosae (Part 3) Subfamily Papilionoideae. & Oberm. Field Crop – Paddy September 16, 2020. Scientific Name: Sesbania Scop. Reference taxon from ILDIS in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. Email comments HIGHER TAXON: Robinieae GENUS: Sesbania Scop. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Can grow in more acid conditions (down to pH 4.3), but N fixation is less efficient. Local name English name Botanical name Family 1. c o m . ) Soc. No data available. (1990) Growth and N2-fixation of two stem-nodulating legumes and their effect as green manure on lowland rice. Another rhizobial species, Sinorhizobium teranga is found in root nodules. & Oberm. In Hawaii, USA, field experiments were carried out under irrigated conditions to assess the yields of Sesbania species. (2000) Feeding sesbania leaves as a sole feed on growth and nutrient utilization in goats. Sesbania cannabina. (2) PK fertilization + S. rostrata (non-inoculated stems) ploughed in as green manure. have been used in this way. IMPORTANT BAMBOO SPECIES IN INDIA February 10, 2020. Free and Open Access to Biodiversity Data. [Preferred name] Sesbania hirticalyx Cronquist {Synonym} Sesbania pachycarpa sensu auct. Sesbania. (eds) Integrated Nutrient Management in Farming Systems in Southeast Asia and Australia.

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, The European Molecular Biology Laboratory, State Secretariat for Education, Research and Innovation. Seed is normally sown at 20‒40 kg/ha between February and May (N hemisphere) for green manure and about 8 kg/ha from March to May for a seed crop. Information about Sesbania uses and their characteristics such as chemical compounds were obtained from 233 papers, reports and books. Making the most of small quantities of seed, hot water at 80 °C for about 5 minutes or 100 °C for 3 seconds, concentrated sulphuric acid for 15 minutes, followed by thorough washing with fresh water, and sowing immediately. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Adapted to poorly drained and flooded soils of at least moderate fertility, with pH 5.5 to slightly alkaline. The effects of four treatments upon the N content of rice crop and soil in 1m 2 irrigated microplots were compared: (1) PK fertilization + Sesbania rostrata (inoculated stems) ploughed in as green manure when it was 52 days old. names in breadcrumbs. Ikeda, K., Kariya, Y., Takano, T., Enishi, O., Shijimaya, K. and Murai, M. (1997) Effect of sesbania silages (Sesbania cannabina Pers. The record derives from ILDIS (data supplied on 2010-07-14) which reports it as an accepted name (record 2447 ). & Oberm. Plant Names scientific plants,plant app,plant snap,plant list,scientific botanicalnames of flowers,all scientist name,herb,flowering,small plants name Scientific name i: Sesbania rostrata: Taxonomy navigation › Sesbania. Tropical Agriculture (Trinidad) 64:193–200. Tolerant of low to moderate salinity. {Synonym} Sesbania pachycarpa sensu auctt. Establishment on heavy clays can be difficult. Corolla yellow or orange; suborbicular, 12‒16 (‒18) mm × 11‒14 (‒15) mm; wings 13‒17 mm × 3.5‒5 mm, yellow, a small triangular tooth and the upper margin of the basal half of the blade together characteristically inrolled; keel 12‒17 mm × 6.5‒9 mm, yellow to greenish, basal tooth short, triangular, slightly upward-pointing with small pocket below it on inside of the blade; filament sheath 11‒13 mm, free parts 4‒6 mm, anthers 1 mm long. Inorganic fertilizer was applied at a rate of 30 kg N, 90 kg P2O5 and 120 kg K2O/ha. The genus Sesbania comprises several species of agricultural value, including Sesbania bispinosa (Jacq.) Grassland Science 42:353–359. Felon Cowpea Vigna unguiculata Fabaceae (Leguminosae) VII. Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1 and EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1. 2n = 12. If grown as an intercrop with rice, planting should be delayed 30 days to avoid excessive competition with the rice. Becker, M., Diekmann, K.H., Ladha, J.K., De Datta, S.K. Scientific Name: Sesbania Scop. Improvement in rice yield is equivalent to an application of 160‒200 kg/ha N.  Growing soybean plants are often infested with various species of stink bug (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae) that can cause severe damage to young seeds ripening in the pod. #111008993 - Red Agasta (scientific name: Sesbania grandiflora) beautiful.. with Europe’s new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that applies since 25 May 2018. Nursery Availability The "standard" or common variety. Plants of this genus, some of which are aquatic, can be used in alley cropping to increase the soil's nitrogen content. (1985) Observations on the use of Sesbania rostrata as green manure in paddy fields. & Oberm. c o m . ) ); Mali; Malawi; Mauritania; Namibia; Niger; Nigeria (n.); Senegal; Sudan; Tanzania; Zimbabwe, Asia, South: Bangladesh; India; Myanmar; Nepal; Sri Lanka, Asia, South East: Indonesia; Philippines; Thailand. Pod borers also are damaging to seed crops. NDF, ADF, hemicellulose, cellulose and lignin levels of 54.6, 39.2, 15.4, 30.5 and 8.7%, respectively, and IVDMD of 55.6% have been reported. Sesbania molokaiensis. Grasses: rice (Oryza sativa), maize (Zea mays). Kew Bulletin 17:91–159. Guidelines for establishment and management of sown forages. There are no related plants for species Sesbania rostrata. Sesbania rostrata is a stem nodulating green manure crop which is a native of West Africa.As it is a short-day plant and sensitive to photoperiod, the length of … Journal of Bacteriology 176:1060–1068. This limits its use as a green manure since rapid vegetative growth is restricted to that part of the year with increasing daylengths. Sesbania speciosa. This extends the period that the species can be used effectively as a green manure. W. Wight var. Add to Likebox #91420375 - Ingeniously Designed of The Vegetable Hummingbird Tree in The.. Sumio Kanematsu's 23 research works with 1,443 citations and 382 reads, including: Immunolocalization of antioxidant enzymes in high-pressure frozen root and stem nodules of Sesbania rostrata Both root and stem nodules form as a result of infection by Azorhizobium caulinodans ORS 571 (= ATCC 43989 = CCUG 26647 = DSM 5975 = IFO (now NBRC) 14845 = LMG 6465) and fix atmospheric nitrogen. The record derives from ILDIS which reports it as an accepted name (record 2447). [Accepted] Sesbania hirticalyx Cronq. If inoculated with the correct strain of Azorhizobium caulinodans, it can fix large amounts of nitrogen (50‒200 (‒300) kg/ha) often in a matter of only 6‒8 weeks. & Oberm. Seed germination percentage and seedling growth decline sequentially as salinity rises to 16 dS/m. Calyx sparsely pilose; receptacle 1 mm, calyx tube 4.5 mm long; teeth markedly acuminate, with narrow sometimes almost filiform tips 1‒2 mm long. and Ottow, J.C.G. Global Biodiversity Information Facility. No record of spread elsewhere. If established as an intercrop in rice at the same time as the rice, it out-competes the crop, but is suppressed by the rice if sown 30‒60 days after the crop. Of trap crop were tested, including long bean, cowpea and pigeon pea, S. rostrata was one of the most effective. Auxiliary Plants. Statistics. Foliar CP levels are usually of the order of 30%, stems 7‒12%, and whole plant 24%. Common names Kantsakantsa in language. Sesbania. 'Trombay' (TSR-1) Released in India. S. rostrata can be propagated from cutting or from seed, growing slowly in the first 30 days, but sufficiently by 50‒60 days to be incorporated. & Oberm. {Misapplied Name} VERNACULAR NAME: - & Oberm. Philippine Journal of Crop Science 12:147–149. Visperas R M, Furoc, R.E., Morris, R.A., Vergara, B.S. doi.org/10.1007/BF01742577. No. Dhaincha (African) Dhaincha (Wild) Sesbania rostrata Fabaceae (Leguminosae) 3. While S. rostrata is primarily used as green manure, it can also be fed to small ruminants, although there are doubts about its palatability to cattle and carabao. Vicia cracca (14,17,18) or non legumes, such as Coriaria sinica (Watanabe, pers. Erect, suffrutescent annual or short-lived perennial, 1‒3 m tall, with pithy sparsely pilose stems to 15 mm thick (more mature stems glabrescent); root primordia protruding up to 3 mm in 3 or 4 vertical rows up the stem. Leguminosae) subfamily: Faboideae tribe: Sesbanieae. Preferred Scientific Name; Sesbania rostrata Preferred Common Name; rostrata Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Spermatophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Dicotyledonae; Uses List; Soil improvement Green vegetable bug (Nezara viridula) reduces yields in seed crops through sucking developing pods. Brot., sér. A later flowering type has been bred (see 'Cultivars'). SESBANIA rostrata Brem. Sesbania rostrata Taxonomy ID: 3895 (for references in articles please use NCBI:txid3895) current name This species is accepted, and its native range is Tropical & S. Africa, Madagascar. Dhaincha Dhaincha Sesbania aculeata Fabaceae (Leguminosae) 2. & Oberm. Probably introduced to India in the 1980s from IRRI in the Philippines. Shahjalal, M.and Topps, J.H. (1993) Influence of Azorhizobium inoculation and fertilizer treatment on nodulation and growth of Sesbania rostrata on three tropical soils. Sesbania. We found evidence for 22 Sesbania species being used. Find name... 11,106,374 NameBank Records uBio Project: Introduction: News Servers: NameBank ... 2 Scientific Matches: Sesbania rostrata: Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Tropical Agriculture (Trinidad) 73(3):234–237. Sesbania is a genus in the family Leguminosae that has been widely used by people in tropical and subtropical regions, especially in Southeast Asia. Scientific Collections ... Sesbania rostrata Name Synonyms Sesbania hirticalyx Cronquist Homonyms Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Scientific Names. Backhuys Publishers, Leiden, the Netherlands. Sesbania rostrata is an annual Sesbania species; it is an aquatic legume that can be grown before or between rice or maize crops as a green manure. Preferred Names. In a field trial, comprising different green manure crops, it was found out that Sesbania rostrata produced the highest biomass per hectare (20–25 tons/ha) and accumulated a maximum of 150–220 kg N/ha. (1988) Composition and in vitro digestibility of different sesbania varieties. In: Milne-Redhead, E. and Polhill, R.M. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. (eds) Plant Resources of South-East Asia No. In a field trial, comprising different green manure crops, it was found out that Sesbania rostrata produced the highest biomass per hectare (20–25 tons/ha) and accumulated a maximum of 150–220 kg N/ha. It can also be grown on freely drained, moist soil in cultivation. an experiment that has been published in the scientific literature, an orthologous protein, a record from another database, etc.

Plants ratoon following severe cut back, but should be allowed 6‒8 weeks to recover before cutting again. S. rostrata is a short-day plant with a critical photoperiod of 12‒12.5 hours. Similar Images . Help pages, FAQs, UniProtKB manual, documents, news archive and Biocuration projects. No data available, but probably not shade tolerant. Barcode / id Image Family Scientific name Collector Collector no. (1988) Seeding vs. vegetative propagations of the stem-nodulating green manure Sesbania rostrata. Germplasm collections are maintained at IRRI at Los Baños in the Philippines, and at IRD, Dakar, Senegal. Riverhemp is a common name for plants in this genus. (1997) Sesbania rostrata Bremek. Sesbania rostrata stood out among the species that were screened (others included S. sesban, S. aculeata, Crotalaria juncea and C. caricia). Preferred Names. Eucalyptus rostrata, Fusinus rostratus, Rostratula, Tegeticula rostratella, Limonia rostrata, Turpilia rostrata, Psychotria rostrata, Diota rostrata Unlike the root nodules, the aeschynomenoid stem nodules contain functioning chloroplasts and are therefore capable of photosynthesis. Sesbania rostrata Bremek. (2002) The Leguminosae of Madagascar. Please consider upgrading,

An evidence describes the source of an annotation, e.g. They were used for human food (10 species), … Rootknot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) doi.org/10.1128/jb.176.4.1060-1068.1994, Ndoye, I., Dreyfus, B. and Becker, M. (1997) Sesbania rostrata as green manure in lowland rice-farming systems of Casamance (Senegal). We'd like to inform you that we have updated our Privacy Notice to comply P levels have been measured at 0.2‒0.3% in both leaf and stem, and Ca levels at 1‒2% in leaves and about 0.7% in stems. Sesbania rostrata: Fabaceae (Leguminosae) Pillipesara: Phaseolus trilobus: Fabaceae (Leguminosae) Sunnhemp: Crotalaria juncea: Fabaceae (Leguminosae) VEGETABLES: ... SCIENTIFIC NAME OF PLANTS & TREES February 10, 2020. Protein sets from fully sequenced genomes. bispinosa), Africa: Botswana; Central African Republic; Chad; Democratic Republic of the Congo; Ethiopia (s.w. A good crop with 500,000 plants per hectare is capable of producing 3‒5 (‒7) t/ha DM in 55‒60 days. Evans, D.O., and Rotar, P.P. They have a self-supporting growth form. In:  Whitbread, A.M. and Blair, G.J. General Information Sesbania rostrata is an erect, robust, softly woody annual plant that can become a short-lived perennial under favourable conditions vernacular scientific ... Sesbania rostrata is a species of herb in the family Fabaceae. Sesbania punicea.

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