Location: Common in Pakistan. Found near streams, riverbanks, lakes, and irrigation canals.
Local names: Kondr, Phan, Lukha
Uses: Roofs (mud houses), ropes and mats, beds knitting, feed for animals, the section where it meets root can be used as food, controls floods and soil erosion, etc.
Courtesy: Flora of Balochistan – Pakistan
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I want to research on typha domingensis , is it good to treat wastewater if yes what type of metal or compound I need to target from paper industrial effluents? please reply to me it will be helpful for me