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(Plants) any plant of the widely distributed annual genus Kochia, esp K. Scoparia trichophila, grown for its foliage, which turns dark red in the late summer: family Chenopodiaceae. Also called: burning bush or summer cypress
[named after W. D. J. Koch (1771–1849), German botanist]
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Noun1.kochia - summer cypressKochia - summer cypress      
caryophylloid dicot genus - genus of relatively early dicotyledonous plants including mostly flowers
Bassia scoparia, belvedere, Kochia scoparia, summer cypress, fire bush, fire-bush, burning bush - densely branched Eurasian plant; foliage turns purple-red in autumn
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Nereah arrived in Homa Bay in a fleet of vehicles and was welcomed by hundreds of residents amid Ohangla dances from Kochia.
The Luo elder told political leaders involved in funeral arrangements to consult with the council, which he said was in talks with Okoth's paternal family in Kochia, Homa Bay.
It turns out this plant Is kochia (Kochia scoparia), a noxious weed from Eurasia.
This can be attributed to Kochia scoparia, an introduced agricultural weed common in surrounding crop fields and highly disturbed areas.
Enhanced mineralization of [14C] atrazine in Kochia scoparia Rhizosferic soil from a pesticide-contaminated site.
This product, made of the active ingredient pyridate, is recommended to be used on a wide spectrum of broadleaf weeds with excellent efficacy on difficult to control weeds such as Kochia, Lambsquarters, Pigweeds and Nightshades.
Effect of salinity on biomass production and activities of some key enzymatic antioxidants in kochia (Kochia scoparia).
Rich.) Stapf., Digitaria decumbens Stent, and Eragrotis spp), legumes (Calopogonium mucunoides Desv., Centrosema pubescens Benth., Pueraria phaseoloides Benth., Stylosanthes gracilis Kunth (GCI), Mimosa pudica L., and Stizolobium aterrimum Piper & Tracy), and fodder (Gliricidia sepium (Jacq.) Kunth, Atriplex spp, Kochia sedifolia F.
Salmon, "Kochia seed as a component of the diet of turkey poults: effects of different methods of saponin removal or activation," Canadian Journal of Animal Science, vol.