Calopogonium is a genus of flowering plants in the legume family, Fabaceae. It belongs to the subfamily Faboideae. Calopogunium mucunoides is a vine that. Kingdom: Plantae. Phylum/Division: Magnoliophyta. Class: Eudicots. Order: Fabales. Family: Fabaceae. Genus: Calopogonium. Species: C. mucunoides. Status. Scientific Name. Calopogonium mucunoides Desv. Synonyms. Calopogonium brachycarpum (Benth.) Benth. ex Hemsl. Calopogonium orthocarpum Urb.
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Weeds of Australia – Biosecurity Queensland Edition Fact Sheet
Sheldon Navie habit Photo: Intake and digestibility of Calopogonium mucunoides -based diets fed to draft donkeys during the dry season. As cover crop in tree plantations in southeast Asia, often planted in a species mixture with one or more of the species C. Retrieved from ” https: The role of green manure crops in rice farming systems. Flora of China Web. Evitayani ; Warly, L. If inoculum is applied, then cowpea strains such as the Australian CB are used.
When grown as a cover crop in plantation crops in a mixture with tropical kudzu and centro, calopo is the first to become established but also the first to be shaded out. Report to the Republic of Palau: Prefers humid-tropical, low elevations but will grow up to altitudes of 2, m asl.
Calopogonium mucunoides – Useful Tropical Plants
Has invaded tropical ecosystems in northern Australia and is listed as a weed in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia. In Africa and Asia C. Calopo is a plant of the hot humid tropics, where it succeeds at elevations from sea level to 2, metres, though it is best adapted to elevations of – 1, metres[ ]. Imperata grassland rehabilitation using agroforestry and assisted natural regeneration.
In Australia this species is considered a serious weed in sugarcane and groundnut plantations Cooks et al. Growing, Processing, Sustainable Production: In draft donkeys fed 2. It has poor drought tolerance, though it can persist through seed germination after drought Cook et al. Seed is normally drilled in rows when sown into new plantations or broadcast in stands to be used for forage production.
Human Uses Grown as a green manure and cover crop, it is used as a forage for animals. Symposium on sustainable agriculture: QR Codes are barcodes that can be read by mobile phone smartphone cameras.
Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. The root system is dense and rather shallow, its deepest roots reaching a depth of about 50 cm[ ]. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. This poor performance was due to a low intake of calopo pasture resulting probably from palatability issues that was still manifest even after several days of adaptive feeding Asongwed-Awa et al.
New India Publishing Pizarro, E. Calyx campanulate, mm long, hirsute, the sepals subulate, caudate at the apex; corolla blue or purple, the standard mm long, marginate. Click on images aclopogonium enlarge.
Potential environmental weeds in Australia: Queensland Department of Natural Resources. Plants of the Eastern Caribbean.
American Journal of Botany, 67 4: Assessment of the nutritive value of the seeds of some tropical legumes as feeds for ruminants. Calopo is self-fertile and seeds freely.
Calopogonium mucunoides (calopo)
Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 22 Julyat Cattle in confinement have refused to consume freshly cut material, eating the legume only if wilted.
Commonly reported as a volunteer legume in humid-tropical native pastures. Calopo is mainly used as mucinoides crop, alone or in mixture with other legumes, especially in rubber, oil palm or in young forest plantations. Calopo establishes readily after seeding and can cover the soil after only months, or even sooner in newly cleared, fertile land Chin Chen Peng et al.