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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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In the first incident, 44-year-old Bonaventure Osiga from Lwaho Village, East Kochia Location in Rangwe Sub-County was found hanging from his house because his wife had left him and taken their children with her.
Suppression of Amaranthus spinosus and Kochia scoparia: evidence of competition or allelopathy in Allium fistulosum.
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The effects of NaCl on growth, water relations, osmolytes and ion content in Kochia prostrate.
A similar response has been found in crop scenarios such as burn down or when dealing with resistant weeds, such as Mare's Tail, Kochia and Waterhemp, McGlothlin said.
Vegetation was characterized by cold desert playa (Allenrolfea occidentals dominated), cold desert chenopod shrubland (Atriplex confertifolia and Kochia Americana dominated) and vegetated dunes at lower elevations, and by arid shrubland (e.
Acuron offers broad-spectrum control of more than 70 weeds in corn, including giant ragweed, common ragweed, Palmer amaranth, waterhemp, marestail, kochia, cocklebur, morningglory and Russian thistle.
Effect of limited irrigation with saline water on seed yield and seed quality of two local population of Kochia scoparia L.
Kochia (Kochia scoparia), Canada fleabane (Conyza canadensis), and both common and giant ragweed (Ambrosia artemisiifolia and Ambrosia trifida, respectively) are four resistant species resident in Canada; and of these, kochia and Canada fleabane are present in the Okanagan.
Desiccated Russian thistle, a woody leafy plant, and kochia (KOH'-sha), both invasive weeds from Eurasia, are the culprits.
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