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The Tropical Grasses of Southeast Asia: Excluding Bamboos.

The Tropical Grasses of Southeast Asia: Excluding Bamboos. Csiro Handbook Of Economic Plants Of Australia by. M. Lazarides, Bernadette Hince.

Tropical Asia is a region in Asia that experiences tropical climate. It is and economically rich in natural resources and biodiversity, including many species of agricultural value. Its population, is dominantly rural-however, in 1995, a census showed a region with 6 out of 25 of the large cities.

Lazarides, M. (1980). The. Tropical Grasses of Southeast Asia. Mabberley’s Plant book- A portable. dictionary of Plants, their. The Tropical Grasses of Southeast Asia (excluding bamboos). Classification and Uses.

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In South East Asia, para grass is a troublesome weed of coconut plantations, nurseries and rice (Lazarides 1980; Khan et a. Lazarides, M 1980, The tropical grasses of Southeast Asia, Vaduz, Liechtenstein.

In South East Asia, para grass is a troublesome weed of coconut plantations, nurseries and rice (Lazarides 1980; Khan et al. 1996). In Florida, it is a weed of drainage lines and agricultural fields (McCann et al. Floods can dislodge large rafts of para grass, which float downstream to the sea and interfere with marine navigation. Lazarides, M, Cowley, K and Hohnen, P 1997, CSIRO Handbook of Australian Weeds, CSIRO Publishing, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.

oceedings{Lazarides1985NewTO, title {New taxa of tropical Australian grasses (Poaceae)}, author {Margaret Lazarides}, year . Australian spinifex grasses: new names in Triodia for Monodia and Symplectrodia.

oceedings{Lazarides1985NewTO, title {New taxa of tropical Australian grasses (Poaceae)}, author {Margaret Lazarides}, year {1985} }. Margaret Lazarides. Michael D. Crisp, Jim G Mant, Alicia Toon, Lyn G Cook. Taxonomic revision of the Taractrocera ilia (Waterhouse) complex (Lepidoptera : Hesperiidae) from north-western Australia and mainland New Guinea based on morphological and molecular data. Michael F. Braby, A. Zwick. Invertebrate Systematics.

Eragrostis brownii (Kunth) Nees – Tropical & Subtrop. Asia to Easter I. Eragrostis burmanica Bor – S. India, W. Indo-China. Ethiopia to N. Kenya. Eragrostis capuronii . amus – Madagascar. Eragrostis cassa Lazarides – Queensland. Eragrostis castellaneana Buscal. Tanzania to S. Tropical Africa.

The tropical grasses of Southeast Asia. Markle, G. et a. eds. 1998. Plant Resources of South-East Asia (PROSEA) 4:178. Turrill, W. B. 1952-. Flora of tropical East Africa.

Tropical kudzu is thought to be native to East and South-East Asia. A stocking rate of 2-6 local cattle on a mixed sward of tropical kudzu and other grasses significantly reduced the tropical kudzu ratio in only one year (Halim, 1997). It has been widely introduced for cultivation in most tropics, and is now naturalized and widespread throughout the humid tropics. Tropical kudzu is found naturally on river banks, roadsides, fallow fields and in secondary forest (Halim, 1997). Though not very resistant to high stocking rates when grazed, it was successfully used in Acre, Brazil, where it helped establishing new pastures for cattle (Valentim et a. 2005).

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Tropical Grasses of Southeast Asia download epub
Author: M. Lazarides
ISBN: 3768212556
Category: Other
Language: English
Publisher: Lubrecht & Cramer Ltd (January 1, 1980)