Cyperus esculentus


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Related to Cyperus esculentus: Cyperus rotundus, Cyperus longus, Emex australis
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Synonyms for Cyperus esculentus

European sedge having small edible nutlike tubers

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Companeras: Lotus pedunculatus, Cyperus esculentus y Epilobium tetragonum 1, Lythrum junceum, Amaranthus blitum, Chenopodium album, Conyza canadensis y Mentha suaveolens + en 1; Galium palustre + y Veronica beccabunga r en 2; Alisma plantago-aquatica, Crocosmia xcrocosmiflora y Crypsis alopecuroides r, Leersia oryzoides y Cyperus michelianus +, Lindernia dubia y Lysimachia vulgaris 1 en 3; Antinoria agrostidea +, Juncus bulbosus y Polygonum rurivagum 1 en 4; Echium plantagineum 1 y Paspalum dilatatum + en 5; Carex elata subsp.
Acalypha subviscida Anagallis arvensis Ambrosia psilostachya Chloris virgata Chloris radiala Dactyloctenium Crotalaria pumila aegyptium Cyperus esculentus Digitaria temata Eclipta prostrata Eleusine indica Fleischmannia Euphorbia pycnnc.
sedge), Cyperus esculentus (yellow nutsedge), Commelina benghalensis (day flower), Bidens pilosa (hairy beggarticks), Galinsoga parviflora (gallant soldier), Gnaphalium spicatum (spiked cudweed), Chamaesyce hirta (asthma plant), Brachiaria plantaginea (alexandergrass), Elusine indica (indian goosegrass), Mollugo verticillata (green carpetweed) Cenchrus echinatus (southern sandbur), Portulaca oleracea (little hogweed).
The caramel from malted tubers of Cyperus esculentus may be used to add body, flavor, or color to certain baked products, non-alcoholic malt beverages and dark beers, and in the production of condiments.
Dominant species included Hibiscus trionum, Cyperus esculentus, Setaria glauca followed in Year II by Setaria faberi and Ambrosia artemisiifolia.
Convolvulus arvenis (plant) field bindweed (plant) Cynodon dactylon (plant) bermudagrass (plant) Cyperus esculentus yellow nutsedge Cyperus rotundus purple nutsedge Eragrostis sp.