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Ronaldo Montoya
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Hi, i need to know which are the names of the following plants.

do anybody have any idea?
















 
Susan Doyon
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fourth down looks like ragweed

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Ben Miller
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second down......castor bean??
 
Alex Ames
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The first picture appears to be Johnson Grass.
 
Pete Lundy
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Where/when were these taken?

The second one I thought of castor bean too. Although I've never grown this.

The last one may be a Kentucky coffee tree. A multibranched leaf is uncommon. I can't tell if it has one large leaf with multiple leaflets, or many individual leaves.

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Ronaldo Montoya
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Hi, the pics were taken in Peru, in my land that is situated in a valley where there is sun all the year.

Thanks for the replies , you were right !


I only need to discover which plant is the third one, the others are these:





1, johnson_grass , Sorghum_halepense - sorgo de halepo

2, castor oil or mamona

3 , ?

4, ragweed or altamiz or "Ambrosia peruviana Willd"


5, cinamomo or Melia azedarach



Do anybody have an idea which is the third one?


Im gonna create an edible forest garden but now im still in the phase of analysis of space and conditions, so i was wondering, what do you think about the land based on the herbs that are growing naturally there?

do you think is fertile? or appropiate for which kind of plants, or trees?





 
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