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oa Farming in South Africa - Oil from the Eucalyptus tree

Volume 8, Issue 86
  • ISSN : 0014-8490

 

Abstract

Field sorrel is a perennial weed, growing from 9 to 15 inches high. It produces an erect stem with horizontal creeping rootstocks (rhizomes). The leaves are arrow-shaped, those at the base having long stems, while those on the stalk are generally shorter stemmed and more fleshy.

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2016-12-11

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