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Elaeagnus L. elaeagnus

Regulation of seed dormancy in Eleagnus angustifolia by endogenous growth substances. Canadian Journal of Botany 54: 1068B1073. Hamilton DF, Carpenter PL. 1976.

Elaeagnus pungens1

1. This document is Fact Sheet FPS-193, one of a series of the Environmental Horticulture Department, Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, University of Florida.

Thorny elaeagnus - Elaeagnus pungens

Thorny elaeagnus - Elaeagnus pungens Shrub Profile By: James Robbins Thorny elaeagnus ( Elaeagnus pungens and closely related E . x ebbingei ) is a good option for a screen/hedge plant in Arkansas.

Autumn Olive Elaeagnus umbellata

Description: Autumn olive is a medium to large deciduous shrub. Its leaves are alternate, oval to lanceolate, untoothed and grow to 1-3 inches in length.

Invasive Alien Plant Species of Virginia

Invasive Alien Plant Species of Virginia Autumn Olive ( Elaeagnus umbellata Thunberg) Russian Olive ( Elaeagnus angustifolia L.) Description Autumn olive is a deciduous shrub or small tree in the Oleaster family.

3rd Edition 2011

New Hampshire Department of Agriculture Markets and Food, Plant Industry Division 3rd Edition 2011 Douglas Cygan New Hampshire Guide to Upland

Plants Poisonous to Horses

Plants Poisonous to Horses A. P. Knight BVSc, MS, DACVIM Colorado State University February 2005 Plant poisoning of horses continues to be a problem in the western United States because of the diversity of plants and conditions that expose horses to toxic plants in their pastures and hay.

Elaeagnus commutata American Silverberry

A merican silverberry, also called wolf-willow, was collected by Captain Meri-wether Lewis on July 6, 1806. It was a busy day for botany and Lewis collected a number of other plant specimens on the same day.


Note by FAO This Country Report has been prepared by the national authorities in the context of the preparatory process for the FAO International Technical Conference on Plant Genetic Resources, Leipzig, Germany, 17-23 June 1996.

Highly Salt-Tolerant Plants for Landscaping

Highly Salt-Tolerant Plants for Landscaping Large quantities of salt in the soil and/or irrigation water aren't the correct ingredients for most plants.