Rumex acetosella


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Related to Rumex acetosella: Trifolium dubium, Rumex acetosa, Vicia hirsuta
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Noun1.Rumex acetosella - small plant having pleasantly acid-tasting arrow-shaped leavesRumex acetosella - small plant having pleasantly acid-tasting arrow-shaped leaves; common in dry places
sour grass, dock, sorrel - any of certain coarse weedy plants with long taproots, sometimes used as table greens or in folk medicine
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si) Polygonum punctatum Plantulas Spergula arvensis Trifolium repens Rumex acetosella Silene gallica Morelia parvifolia Myrsine coriacea Weinmania tomentosa Macleania rupestris Miconia biappendiculata Ageratina asclepiadea Hyeronima macrocarpa Myrcianthes rhopaloides Oreopanax bogoensis Ilex scandens Antenas Bosque (.
Ex-Ar H Polygonaceae Polygonum segetum Kunth Na-Ar H Polygonaceae Rumex acetosella L.
flax, Linaceae), Logfia gallica (daggerleaf cottonrose, Asteraceae), Rumex acetosella (sheep sorrel, Polygonaceae), Silene gallica (small-flower catchfly, Caryophyllaceae) and Trifolium angustifolium (narrow-leaved clover, Fabaceae).
Other invasive or weedy plants included Bromus arvensis, Bromus inermis, Cynoglossum officinale, Dianthus armeria, Leucanthemum vulgare, Poa bulbosa, Potentilla recta, Rumex acetosella, Tragopogon dubius, and Ventenata dubia.
El grupo 5 contiene dos de amplia distribucion, Rumex acetosella L.
Of non-native species, only Achillea millefolium (common yarrow), Daucus carota (wild carrot), Mollugo verticillata (carpetweed), Poa pratensis (Kentucky blue grass), Rumex acetosella (sour dock), and Tragapogon dubius (sand goat's-beard) were in our quadrats.
Only six exotic species were recorded in the plots, Poa pratensis (Kentucky blue grass), Achillea millefolium (yarrow), and Rumex acetosella (sour dock) being the most common with Importance Values between 2.
A eficiencia no uso de coberturas mortas no manejo de plantas espontaneas, em pomar de macieira pode ser verificada em resultados obtidos por Shribbs & Skroch (1986) que avaliaram diferentes especies de gramineas (Triticum aestivum, Muhlenbergia shreberi, Poa pratensis, Dactylis glomerata, Festuca arundinaceum) e leguminosas (Rubus laciniatus, Lespedeza stipulaciea, Rumex acetosella, Ambrosia artimesifolia, Trifolium subterraneum) como materiais de cobertura, alem de solo nu e cobertura morta composta por palhada de Secale cereale.