Careful re-reading of pertinent literature Mosyakin, indicated that while S. In: Eldridge D, Freudenberger D, eds. The plant is considered a valuable range species for rehabilitation of degraded rangelands in west Asia and North Africa, but has also, however, been identified as a noxious weed in California, USA where it is known to be an alternate host for a virus that causes curly top in sugar beet, tomatoes and melons.
Retrieved 30 December Vol 2. Murad N, The species still appears on numerous lists of species of potential for revegetating arid land and improving livestock productivity.
Osman and Ghassali ; Murad The foliage is of high forage quality, containing CABI, Undated b. Salsola vermiculata is a shrubby perennial, up to ca.
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Wikispecies has information related to Nitrosalsola vermiculata. Young plant of seablite Suaeda vermiculata near Al Khor Hospital. Effect of temperature and salinity on germination of Salsola vermiculata L. A detailed morphological description follows: cotyledons linear, fleshy, green. Leaves well developed, stiff, filiform, recurved, from a narrow clasping base. Pastoralism: Research, Policy and Practice. Lizards of Qatar. On one side the retained pericarp forms a ridged cone, on the other a thin layer of pericarp reveals the tightly coiled embryo. Compendium record. Habitat Top of page The bioclimatic distribution for S.
Thus S. Proceedings of the International Workshop on Halophytes for reclamation of saline wastelands and as a resource for livestock problems and prospects, Nairobi, Kenya, November For further information on Staphylinidae Coleoptera found on S.
Due to the variable regulations around de registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Salt tolerant plant of seablite Suaeda vermiculata near a small water channel on roadside between Al Khor and Ras Luffan. Migahid AM, Post G E,