salt resistant plant
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Fri Oct 27 15:46:47 EST 1995
In article <46l57i$fao at Trex.IenD.wau.nl>,
Maarten.vanhelden at medew.ento.wau.nl (Maarten van Helden) says:
>In article <46ep4e$iqt at granite.sentex.net>, pbs at sentex.net says...
>>Boy I hope I've posted this in the right area.
>>I'm looking for info (for my grandfather) on a salt resistant plant
>>he thinks is called either salicornea or salicardon. (The old boy is
>>He saw it referred to in an article that quoted its' source as Aramco
>>World. Apparently Aramco (ARab AMerican oil COmpany) is developing
>>and wrote it up in there in house newsletter.
>>Any assistance would be appreciated.
>You are probably talking about Salicornia europaea or a related species.
>is a european species, there probably are also some others. It is one of
>first plants to appear on banks which are no longer covered by salt
>can also be eaten but it is rather salty.
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