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Genista monspessulana (Montpellier, French or Cape broom)

Selection and Testing of Biological Control Agents for Control of French Broom Genista monspessulana (L.) L. Johnson Oregon Department of Agriculture ODA project 801 GR Final Report Andy Sheppard Project Leader CRC Weed Management Systems/CSIRO Entomology CSIRO European Laboratory-based project ...

Cytisus scoparius Scotch Broom

Cytisus scoparius (L.) J.H.F. Link Scotch Broom ( Genista andreana , Genista scoparia , Sarothamnus scoparius , Sarothamnus vulgaris , Spartium scoparium ) Other Common Names: Broomtops, Common Broom, European Broom, Irish Broom, Scottish Broom.

Notes on the taxonomy of Genista januensis and G. lydia ...

Ann. Bot. Fennici 41: 453-457 ISSN 0003-3847 Helsinki 21 December 2004 © Finnish Zoological and Botanical Publishing Board 2004 Notes on the taxonomy of Genista januensis and G. lydia (Fabaceae) Jerzy Zielinski 1, Kit Tan 2 & Dominik Tomaszewski 1 1) Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of ...

Gas Chromatographic Determination of Quinolizidine Alkaloids ...

(2012) 6:1 71-74 Gas Chromatographic Determination of Quinolizidine Alkaloids in Genista sandrasica and Their Antimicrobial Activity Nurgün Küçükboyac ...

Plantagenet Name and Arms

Plantagenet 253 Plantagenet Name and Arms Geoffrey "the Fair" Plantagenet ( See Generation Five ) was the first to use the Plantagenet name. One story relates that his father, Fulk the Younger atoned for some evil deed by being scourged with broom twigs or planta genista before the Holy ...

WEED PROFILE

Seed pods of Genista linifolia Distribution of Genista linifolia. ( Source: Australia's Virtual Herbarium ) Flax-leaf broom Genista linifolia L. (Fabaceae) What is it?

Genista monspessulana

Genista monspessulana Common name: Cape broom, Montpellier broom, Canary broom, Palatability to Livestock: High at all stages. Toxicity to Goats: Not known to be toxic.

Retama monosperma (Genista monosperma, Spartium monosperma ...

BOTANICAL NAME: Retama monosperma (Genista monosperma, Spartium monosperma, Lygos monosperma) COMMON NAMES: Broom, Bridal Veil Broom FAMILY: Fabaceae ORIGIN: Mediterranean region Photos courtesy www. smslrwma.org Reason for listing as invasive species: R. monosperma does well in rocky, infertile ...

Don't Plant a

Note: Plants commonly known as "Sweet broom" ( Cytisus spachianus, Cytisus racemosus, Genista racemosa, Genista fragrans) are currently not known to be invasive.

Sophora tomentosa

The caterpillars will metamorphosis into an adult Genista moth. Lyle Buss ...