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Alok Goyal

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Feb 17, 2010, 1:41:50 AM2/17/10
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the photo was taken recently from a seasonal nullah from Mohali in Punjab and is growing in abundance..... the culms are reddish in color and a white ring is present above and below the nodes...

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J.M. Garg

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Feb 17, 2010, 2:58:14 AM2/17/10
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Hi, Alok ji,

Pl. follow the following format for future Id requests:

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Pl. copy it & keep it on the desktop in a Word document so that you can copy & paste it

& fill in the information (& provide pictures for these) to the extent possible while requesting for Id. This is compulsory for Id requests.



On 17 February 2010 12:11, Alok Goyal <alok...@gmail.com> wrote:
the photo was taken recently from a seasonal nullah from Mohali in Punjab and is growing in abundance..... the culms are reddish in color and a white ring is present above and below the nodes...

Alok 

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Pravir

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Feb 17, 2010, 3:30:07 AM2/17/10
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It is a species of Saccharum might be Saccharum spontanium.

J.M. Garg

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Mar 11, 2010, 7:46:27 AM3/11/10
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Earlier relevant feedback:

It is a species of Saccharum might be Saccharum spontanium." from Pravir ji.

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Gurcharan Singh

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Mar 11, 2010, 8:08:46 AM3/11/10
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It is a very distant shot, but in any case not S. spontaneum, the leaves are very broad. Plumose nature of inflorescence is missing. Could be Arundo donax (or possibly Phragmites communis).


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J.M. Garg

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Mar 26, 2010, 1:42:24 AM3/26/10
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Forwarding again for Id confirmation or otherwise please.

Earlier relevant feedback:

“It is a species of Saccharum might be Saccharum spontanium.” from Pravir ji.

 

“It is a very distant shot, but in any case not S. spontaneum, the leaves are very broad. Plumose nature of inflorescence is missing. Could be Arundo donax (or possibly Phragmites communis).

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Date: 17 February 2010 12:11
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the photo was taken recently from a seasonal nullah from Mohali in Punjab and is growing in abundance..... the culms are reddish in color and a white ring is present above and below the nodes...

Alok 

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J.M. Garg

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Mar 26, 2010, 2:00:35 AM3/26/10
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A reply from Dr. Perumal Ravi chandran in a separate mail:
"It may be Saccharum spp. but to confirm many other things are required info on Habitat and place of collection may lead us for another guess. But not arundo or Phragmites.
Ravichandran"

Anil Kumar

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Mar 26, 2010, 8:17:54 AM3/26/10
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dear garg ji
 
 this one is not saccharum but phragmites australis.
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