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Bryonia alba · baltoji brienė

  • white bryony, wild hop
  • Weiße Zaunrübe, Schwarzbeerige Zaunrübe, Schwarzfrüchtige Zaunrübe, Gichtrübe, Teufelsrübe
  • baltoji brienė, baltoji driekana
  • baltā sētvija
  • przestęp biały Outside of its native range, this vine is often a very aggressive invasive weed. It can grow up to 15 cm per day. It has a climbing growth pattern similar to kudzu, and will grow into a dense mat when it cannot climb. Once established, it will climb other plants and trees as well as fences and buildings, blocking the sun and even rain from its host. Birds are the most common dispersal mechanism for this plant.

All parts of Bryonia alba contain bryonin which is poisonous and may cause illness or death. Livestock may also be poisoned by consuming the fruit and leaves. Forty berries constitutes a lethal dose for adult humans.

Visos augalo dalys nuodingos. Seniau buvo auginamas kaip vaistinis, vijoklinis, dekoratyvus augalas. Neauginkite, invazinis, agresyviai plinta daugelyje šalių, sėklas platina paukščiai. Kilęs iš šiaurės Irano.

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