Chemistry Camphor, cineol 66, d-fenchone 10 and citral; Diester of coniferyl alcohol, acetylenic compounds, a thiophene derivative; campesterol, hentriacontane, hentriacontanol, alpha-amyrin and its acetate, lupeol and its acetate and beta-sitosterol. Cultivation Blumea is a late Kharif crop. Seed are generally sown in late August on prepared land with good tilth; fertilizers are not used. Blumea a leaf feetle is the main insect pest.
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Blumea hieraciifolia Hook. Blumea hymenophylla DC. Blumea javanica Blume Zoll. Blumea lactucifolia DC. Blumea musra DC. Blumea sinapifolia Gagnep. Blumea subcapitata DC. Blumea thyrsoidea Sch. Blumea trigona DC. Blumea velutina H. Conyza acrocephala Miq. Conyza javanica Blume Conyza lacera Burm. Conyza lactucifolia Wall.
Conyza natans Buch. Conyza necessaria Buch. Conyza thyrsoidea Pers. Conyza velutina H. Erigeron exstipulatus Schumach. Senecio velutinus H. Growing plant Photograph by: Vinayaraj. Flowering stem Photograph by: Vinayaraj. Drawing of the flowering stem Fig 1 only Photograph by: Burman, N. Randeria Publisher National Herbarium of the Netherlands. Add a Comment: If you have any useful information about this plant, please leave a comment.
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Blumea is a genus of flowering plants of the family Asteraceae. Genus Blumea is found in the tropical and sub-tropical zones of Asia, especially the Indian Subcontinent and Southeast Asia. A few species are found in Australia and still fewer in Africa. The plants of this genus are mostly relatively small weeds. A few of the species were formerly included in genus Conyza. Many species of genus Blumea are used in traditional Chinese medicine.