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“Prostrate kochia (Kochia prostrata) is a perennial shrub used for browse in Asiatic Russia, where it is consumed by domestic livestock and wildlife.”
“Petrosimonia birandii: This species grows in the muddy sandy soils close to the lake and may form associations with any of the following: Petrosimonia triandra, Salsola anatolica, Halocharis sulphurea, Salicornia herbacea, Kochia prostrata, Suaeda prostarta, Triplospermum praecox, Stipa hohenackeriana, S. lagascae, and Haplophyllum graveolens.”
“In contrast with deserts, the vegetation of semi-deserts consists mostly of ephemeral plants, such as Artemisia fragrans, Capparis spinosa, Kochia prostrata, and Poa bulbosa.”
“Various salt-tolerant plants have been used for leaf protein production including Kochia scoparia, Salsola kali, Beta maritima, Salicornia spp.,”
“(Parthenium argentatum, Simmondsia chinensis, Kochia prostrata and Kochia brevifolia).”
“Moquin remarks having seen this enlargement in the pistils of _Suæda fruticosa_ and _Kochia scoparia_.”
“As a conspicuous dot plant in beds this Kochia is extremely useful, or it can be massed in borders, and it also forms an admirable dividing line in the flower garden.”
“Towards this Royleoid occurs but sparingly, and the first change takes place in the abundance of Salicornia or Kochia.”
“About Boorhan a Ficus becomes very common, Achyranthes, Kochia fructibus parvis, Salvia, Serratuloid of Ali-Baghan and Ichardeh.”
“Kochia spinosa, and a curious Mathioloid are among the few wild plants to be found about Pushut.”
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