Camellia sinensis

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Plant Guide for Acer ginnala

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Plant Guide Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center AMUR MAPLE Acer ginnala Maxim. Plant Symbol = ACGI Contributed By: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center Alternative Name Siberian maple Uses Ethnobotanic: The young leaves were used as a tea substitute (Kunkel 1984). Black, blue, and brown dyes were obtained and dried from the leaves. Landscaping...

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Fact Sheet for Achillea millefolium

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Plant Fact Sheet Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center COMMON YARROW Achillea millefollium L. Plant Symbol = ACMI2 Contributed by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center Caution: This plant may become invasive. Alternate Names Milfoil Uses Ethnobotanic: Several tribes of the Plains region of the United States including the Pawnee and Chippewa tribes used common yarrow. The Pawnee used the stalk in a treatment for pain relief. The Chippewa used the leaves in a steam inhalant for headaches. They also chewed...

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Plant Guide for Achillea millefolium

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Plant Guide Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center COMMMON YARROW Achillea millefolium L. Plant Symbol = ACMI2 Contributed by: USDA NRCS National Plant Data Center Caution: This plant may become invasive. Alternate Names Milfoil Uses Ethnobotanic: Several tribes of the Plains region of the United States including the Pawnee and Chippewa tribes used common yarrow. The Pawnee used the stalk in a treatment for pain relief. The Chippewa used the leaves in a steam inhalant for headaches. They also chewed the...

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Fact Sheet for Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis

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Plant Fact Sheet Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center WESTERN YARROW Achillea millefolium L. var. occidentalis DC. Plant Symbol = ACMIO Contributed by: USDA NRCS Bridger Plant Materials Center Alternate Name Woolly yarrow Uses Conservation: It is an early successional species that readily establishes on disturbed sites. Western yarrow is recommended for adding species diversity in native seed mixtures for rehabilitation of disturbed sites such as rangelands, minelands, roadsides, park and restoration areas,...

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Plant Guide for Achillea millefolium var. occidentalis

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Plant Guide Plant Materials Plant Fact Sheet/Guide Coordination Page National Plant Data Center WESTERN YARROW Achillea millefolium L. var. occidentalis DC. Plant Symbol = ACMIO Contributed by: USDA NRCS Bridger (MT) Plant Materials Center Alternate Names Woolly yarrow; Achillea millefolium L. ssp. occidentalis (DC.) Hyl, Achillea millefolium L. var. lanulosa (Nutt.) Piper; Achillea millefolium L. ssp. lanulosa (Nutt.) Piper Uses Conservation: Western yarrow is an early successional species that readily establishes on disturbed sites. It is...

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ndpmcbr10292

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Wildflowers of North Dakota and their Medicinal Uses Part II “Helping People Help the Land” Blanketflower Gaillardia aristata Blanketflower commonly named gaillardia blooms from June through August. The true native plants have yellow petals. Native Americans used plant roots to make an eyewash, and a poultice was applied to skin disorders. The flower heads were used to waterproof rawhide bags. Wood lily Lilium philadelphicum Wood lily blooms from May through June in wet meadows. Native Americans cooked the bulbs in soups. Flowers were ground and...

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Farmer´s Compost Handbook

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1 FARMER´S COMPOST HANDBOOK Experiences in Latin America 2 FARMER´S COMPOST HANDBOOK Experiences in Latin America Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Regional Office for Latin America and the Caribbean Santiago, 2015 Authors Pilar Román María M. Martínez Alberto Pantoja The designations employed and the presentation of material in this information product do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) concerning the legal or development status of any country...

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66. Preserving wild food plants ensures a better future for all

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Hibiscus sabdariffa Malvaceae L. Detail of flowers and leaves. (Morton J.) Harvested calyses. (Armstrong W.P.) LOCAL NAMES English (white sorrel,rozelle,roselle,red sorrel,jamaica); Malay (asam susur); Thai (kachieb priew) BOTANIC DESCRIPTION Hibiscus sabdariffa is an erect, mostly branched, annual shrub. Stem reddish in colour and up to 3.5 m tall, with a deep penetrating taproot. Leaves variously colored, dark green to red; leaves alternate, glabrous, long-petiolate, palmately divided into 3-7 lobes, with serrate margins. Flowers large, short-peduncled, red to yellow with dark...

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68. Bushbabies are meat, too: Farmers in Malawi use indigenous plants to manage pests and livestock diseases

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Prof Steven R Belmain Agriculture, Health and Environment Department Natural Resources Institute Faculty of Engineering and Science University of Greenwich Using pesticidal plants in crop protection Factors affecting plant material usage Effectiveness Cost Availability Toxicity Ease of use Acceptability Versatility Cost was considered most important factor by farmers in Ghana low cost high cost Pesticidal plants usually do not kill insects quickly. Exposed insects may take a few days to die. PPs can be toxic but also act through repellency, anti-...

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Names

Camellia sinensis in differrent languages.

Camellia thea
Camellia theifera
Thea sinensis
Thea stricta jassamica
Thea veridis
Cha' bravo
Cha'
The'
Ti
Miang
Souchong tea
Tea
Tee
Chah
Grüner Tee
Tiy yura
Čajovník čínsky
Herbata chińska
Théier
Tee
Chinski čajowc
ސައިފަތް
Чај
كاميليا صينية
Tebusk
Teepõõsas
ሻይ ቅጠል
Teeplant

קמליה סינית
ต้นชา
चायसस्यम्
Цайгæрдæг
Teoarbedo
Icyayi
தேயிலை
Tējas koks
چای
Teepensas
Trà
Чай
Teyî
Tê-châng
Theeplant
Kininis arbatmedis
Pokok Teh
Tea
कामेल्या सीनेन्सीस्
Camellia sinensis
کاملیا سیننسیس
チャノキ
चीयाको बोट
തേയില
Teestruik
茶树
Чајна билка
Čaj
తేయాకు
차나무
ჩაი
Čajevec
Çay
Choy
چاء دا بوٹا
Mchai
ক্যামেলিয়া সাইনেনসিস
茶樹
Caayi
Çay