Scientific name : Fagopyrum esculentum
Other names: Česky: Pohanka obecná , Deutsch: Buchweizen , Español: Alforfón , Eesti: Harilik tatar , Suomi: Tattari, viljatatar , Français: Sarrasin , Magyar: Hajdina , Italiano: Sarraceno , 日本語: 蕎麦 , Lietuviškai: Sėjamasis grikis , Latviešu: Sējas griķis , Nederlands: Boekweit , Norsk (nynorsk): Bokkveite , Norsk: Bokhvete, Buhvete , Polski: Gryka Zwyczajna , Português: Trigo sarraceno , Русский: Гречиха посевная , Slovenščina: Ajda , Svenska: Bovete , Türkçe: Karabuğday

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Annual, quickly growing herb with upright, strongly branched stems; Alternate leaves, at the stem ends and the leaf axils grapy inflorescences, with strongly smelling whitish-pinkish blossoms, excellent bee pasture; Nut fruits 3-edged, red brown, 4-6 mm long and 3-4mm wide, ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


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