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Jejer (Cenchrus setosus)

Jejer or Cenchrus polystachios or Cenchrus polystachios subsp. setosus or Pennisetum polystachion subsp. setosum or Pennisetum setosum ( Cenchrus setosus ) is a species of plant in the Poaceae, erect, slender, up to 1 meter high, branched and easy to breed, C. setosus has a cylindrical stem, segmented to grow new shoots that will become new stems, the upper stem is green, the lower stem and segments are reddish green. The leaves are ribbon-shaped, slender and thin like paper. The upper surface is green, the lower surface is pale green, both surfaces and margins are rough with hairs. A vein in the middle. Flowers grow in long and erect bunches with a golden or reddish color, grow at the tip of the top stem and have long stalks. Jejer has a very strong adaptability and productivity remains high on a variety of soil textures in forests and marginal lands, agricultural land, roadsides with lots of sunlight, Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Liliopsid
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Sanguinaria (Alternanthera ficoidea)

Sipit or belacu or sanguinaria ( Alternanthera ficoidea ) is a species of plant in the Amaranthaceae, flowering shrub, erect, up to 50 cm tall, branching, stems cylindrical towards the base and rectangular towards the top, grows on forest floors, agricultural land, roadsides. and abandoned lands. A. ficoidea has leaves with stalks 1-4 mm long. The leaf blade is oval, pinnate base, pointed or rounded tip, green or red or yellow color, slightly wavy surface and white hair. Inflorescence terminal or axillary and 2-5 per flower stalk. Bracts are 1.5-3 mm long and pointed. The corolla and calyx are white tepals, the outer part is 3-4 mm long and hairy. About 5 stamens with linear anthers. The ovaries are smooth and very short. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Magnoliopsida Order: Caryophyllales Family: Amaranthaceae Subfamily: Gomphrenoideae Genus: Alternanthera Species: Alternanthera ficoidea

Finger grass (Chloris Barbata)

Rumput kembang goyang atau swollen fingergrass atau purpletop chloris atau finger grass ( Chloris Barbata ) is a plant species in Poaceae, upright, up to 90 cm high, cylinder -shaped rods, green or yellow and spit out. C. Barbata has a ribbon -shaped leaf and green. Inflorescence in panicle at the upper end of the stem, branching on a shaft and reddish-colored. Finger grass grows to form a tight colony in the forest, agricultural land, riverbank, roadside, cliffs and places with a lot of sunlight. Kingdom: Plantae Phylum: Tracheophyta Subphylum: Angiospermae Class: Liliopsida Order: Poales Family: Poaceae Subfamily: Chloridoideae Tribe: Cynodonteae Subtribe: Eleusininae Genus: Chloris Species: Chloris barbata

Hairy beggarticks (Bidens pilosa)

Ketul or hairy beggarticks (Bidens pilosa) is a species of plant in the Asteraceae, herbaceous erect, branched, up to 1 meter high, stems rectangular, glabrous or hairy, often reddish in color, growing in forests, agricultural land and roadsides. B. pilosa has leaves sitting opposite, whole or pinnately sharing in 2-3 items and stalks up to 6.5 cm long. The leaves are oval, elongated, pointed tip, 1-12 cm long, 0.5-5.5 cm wide, serrated edges, glabrous or slightly hairy. The inflorescences are in lobes that gather at the terminal or in the leaf axils. The hump is 5-7 mm long, 7-8 mm in diameter, contains 20-40 clustered flowers and stalks up to 9 cm long. Peripheral flowers are 5-7 items, short tubed crown and broad oblong or elliptical tongue, 5-8 mm long and yellow or creamy white. The crown is a tubular disc, 5 pinnate and yellow in color. Fruit hard, slender elongated, 0.5-1.3 cm, dark brown when ripe with 2-3 needle-like hooks and prickly at the end. The fruit is attached to the