Aeschynomene indica (weed)

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Aeschynomene indica (weed) L. - (Indian jointvetch)

This leguminous weed is widely distributed in tropical and subtropical regions. While it can be used as a green manure, it is significant weed of rice in some areas. The plants grow to a height of up to 2 m.