Hardin Kan Mga Bikolnon

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  • #121902


    peebee
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    mahapot lng tabi ako… sain po ang dgdi sa cam sur or sorsogon pwd mahanp ang cacao? un location po… para po kaya ini sa fisibility study po namin sa aquinas… ini kaya po ang napili namo na pag adalan ta magayon po sya…. salamat… r

  • #121901


    peebee
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    mahapot lng tabi ako… sain po ang dgdi sa cam sur or sorsogon pwd mahanp ang cacao? un location po… para po kaya ini sa fisibility study po namin sa aquinas… ini kaya po ang napili namo na pag adalan ta magayon po sya…. salamat… r

  • #119283


    Ding “Lagalag”
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    Ini tabi Shirley an manunungod sa Tuba… pero an manunungod sa Langkawas mayo akong naku-ang impormasyon… pero kan panahon igua kaming tanom kaining Langkawas sa palibot kan harong mi. pigduduk-dok (pigbabayo) mi ini asin bibugtakan ki asin buda suka (gari atsara) ta pedeng sawsawan kan mga maasgad na sira… pero an talagang natatandaan kong perming kaiba kaini … su kuyog… inda ko kun iguang nakaka-aram digdi kan kuyog na hali sa Tabaco… inseparable ini kan Langkawas… baad iguang magbisita sa torsidong ini na mas makapagtao nin mas malinaw na paliwanang manunungod sa Tuba buda Langkawas… halat halata sana tabi Shirley… mabalos palan tabi sa pagbisita…TubaCroton tiglium Linn.CROTON OIL PLANTPa-tou

    Other scientific names
    Common names

    Croton camaza Perr.
    Gasi (Sul.)
    Saligaw (Ilk., Ibn.)

    Croton glandulosum Blanco
    Kamagsa (Bik.)
    Tuba (Ilk., Bik., Tag., S.L. Bis., P. Bis., Sul.)

    Croton muricatum Blanco
    Kamaisa (Tag.)
    Tuba-tuba (Bik., P.Bis.)

    Tiglium officinale Klotz.
    Kamandag (Bis.)
    Tubang-kamaisa (Tag.)

    Kamausa (Tag.)
    Tubang makaisa (Bik., Tag.)

    Kasla (Sul.)
    Tubang-pasiti (Bik.)

    Lutung-sira (Bik.)
    Tubli (C. Bis.)

    Makaisa (Tag.)
    Tukbu (If.)

    Makasla (P. Bis.)
    Croton oil plant (Engl.)

    Malapay (Sul.)
    Purging croton (Engl.)

    Pa-tou (Chin.)

    Botany· An erect or more or less spreading shrub or very small tree.· Leaves: alternate, ovate 7 to 12 cm in length, usually somewhat rounded at the base, pointed at the tip and toothed at the margins.· Flowers: very small and borne on terminal inflorescence, with the female flowers situated toward the base of each inflorescence.· Fruits: capsules, ellipsoid, or obscurely 3-angled, 1.5 to 2 cm long and contains a single seed. Seed: ovoid or oblong, 12 to 15 mm in length and 3-angled, the testa dark-brown or blackish, thin and brittle and of faint odor; the albumen and the embryo are yellowish. Seeds are at first mild in taste and subsequent acrid and pungent.
    Distribution Usually planted, in and about towns, throughout the PhilippinesNaturalized in some places.
    Parts utilized · Roots and fresh leaves.· Roots collected year round· Rinse, cut into sections, and sun-dry.
    Characteristics and Pharmacological Effects:Pungent taste, warming, antipyretic, aids in gastrointestinal disorders, and antiinflammatory.Toxic in excessive internal use.UsesFolkloric · For rheumatic pains of the legs and waist: use 3 to 6 gms of dried material in the form of decoction.· Pounded fresh leaves may be applied as poultice for snakebites or may be used as insecticide.· For sprains and bone pains: Oiled leaves or bark material are heated and applied to painful areas.
    Studies• Anti-diarrheal: A study of the ethanol extracts of three Chinese medicinal plants —Croton tiglium (Badou) , Rheum palmatum (Dahuang) and Cannabis sativa (Huomaren)— kn

  • #119046


    Anonymous

    sisay tabi igdi an iguang informasyom manunungod sa langkawas? sain tabi makakakua nin pantanom kaini? igua pa palan na saro pa. idtong pigaapod na tuba? bulong daaini sa manlaen laen na kamatian. mabalos tabi sa gabos asin sa mga masimbag kaining mga hapot ko.

  • #118395


    Ding “Lagalag”
    Participant

    marami nga Morena pero paisa-isa pa lang ang bunga… hayaan mo, dadalhan kita minsan…

  • #118024


    Morena
    Participant

    pili ba ika mo kuya ding? mukhang gusto ki yan. pahingi naman. alam kong marami kayo niyan sa bikol. musta na nga pala itong hardin mo? mukhang matataba at namumunga na ang mga halaman dito. marami na rin ang namumulaklak. napadaan lang!!!

  • #117929


    Ding “Lagalag”
    Participant

    hello Lorico… salamat sa pagbisita… sa totoo lang hinde ko talaga alam kong ang tanim kong Pili ay asexually propagated o hinde. Ang alam ko lang, noong mga 5 to 6 years old yon, pinutol yong dulo para huwag tumaas. Ang edad niya ngayon ay mga 10 to 11 years na at namumunga na ng mangilan-ngilan.
    Baka may alam ka tungkol sa pagtatanim ng Pili, paki share mo naman. Ganoon din po sa mga readers diyan, welcome po ang anumang info ninyo.
    ha ha ha ha… tungkol sa bromeliad, ki Manay Rose ka tabi magsabi ta saiya ang mga magagayon na mga masitas na tanom digdi sa laog kan Hardin.
    Baka mahilig ka ring magtanim Lorico, welcome ka tabi digdi. Mabalos tabi kan saimong pagbisita asin lugod man, permi kang magpasyar digdi sa satuyang Hardin.
    Su mga iba pa tabi, buhayon ta giraray an torsidong ini…
    Mabuhay kita gabus!!! Mabuhay ang GB!!!

  • #117920


    TOTI
    Participant

    pwede poh pahingi ng bromeliad u???ung pink ang flower

  • #117918


    TOTI
    Participant

    anu poh yan pili moh,,
    asexually propagated????
    kung eu po madali yan magbunga,hababa lang xa,,
    kung bko,, halangkaw yan,, mbunga man,but matagal din mahirap mag harvest..
    un lang poh..
    makichika n man din aq,,,
    hehe

  • #117335


    Ding “Lagalag”
    Participant

    marhay na aldaw tabi sa gabos na nasa laog kan torsidong ini pati na sa mga nagbibirista… ma duwang bulan na dai ako nakapagtanum digdi sa hardin ta… nag busy kaya… pero permi ko ining pig bibisita… mabalos tabi sa mga aki ko na si Nuy-nuy, Noy Jim buda Noy Ron sa pag-ataman nindo kan hardin kan wara si daddy nindo… nahiling ko na igua man kamong pagmalasakit sa satuyang mga pananum… hala Noy Jim buda Noy Ron… enjoy nguna kamo sa bakasyon nindo ta ako naman an maasikaso kaining hardin ta…
    Manay Rose, magayunon an mga masitas asin iba pang mga tanum nindo ni Mai Doday… mabalos tabi sa pag share…
    mabalos man tabi sa iba pang mga nagbibirisita digdi…

  • #114263


    Ding “Lagalag”
    Participant

    hello Manay Rose, tama ka tabi ta talagang magayon na tanom ining kalungay. ang problema lamang mayong available seedlings. naghahalat pa akong mamunga ta iyo an pagkukuwa-an mi kan semilya. nagtatanum na kami kan mga sanga pero , it’s not enough.
    By the way, kagayon na kan Hardin nindo. gusto ko ang white angel, dahlia, orchids asin iba pang mga tanom na aram kong bunga kan matiyagang pag-aataman ni Mai Doday. Regards palan tabi saindo gabos. take care and cheers…

  • #113962


    Ding “Lagalag”
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    Family • MoringaceaeMalunggayMoringa oleiferaBEN OIL TREE

    Other scientific names
    Common names

    Moringa nux-ben
    Arunggai (Pang.)

    M. pterygosperma
    Balungai (P. Bis.)

    Guilandina moringa
    Dool (Bik.)

    Kamalongan (P. Bis.)

    Kalamungai (C. Bis.)

    Kalungai (Bik., Bis., Tag.)

    Kalunggay (Bik.)

    Kamalungai (Pamp., Tag.)

    Komkompilan (Ilk.)

    Molongai (Tag.)

    Malunggue (Pamp.)

    Malungit (Pamp., Bis.)

    Maroñgoi (Sbl.)

    Maruñgaai (Ilk., Ibn.)

    Drumstick tree (Engl.)

    Horse-radish tree (Engl.)

    Ben oil tree (Engl.)

    Botany- As high as 9 m; has a soft, white wood and corky, gummy bark. Root has the taste of horseradish. Each compound leaf contains 3-9 very thin leaflets dispersed on a compound (3 times pinnate) stalk. Flowers white and fragrant, producing long, pendulous, 9-ribbed pods. 3-angled winged seeds.
    Distribution• Introduced from Malaya or some other part of tropical Asia in prehistoric times.• Grown throughout the Philippines in settled areas as a backyard vegetable and as a border plant. Drought resistant and grows in practically all kinds of well-drained soils. Conserves water by shedding leaves during dry season.• Propagation by seeds and stem cuttings.
    Properties• Galactagogue, rubefacient, antiscorbutic, diuretic, stimulant, purgative, antibiotic, antifungal.• Antiinflammatory, antitumor activities on mice studies.• Antioxidant, anti-aging, anti-ulcer.• Considered abortifacient and emmenagogue.• Purported to be beneficial for decreasing blood pressure, relieving headaches and migraines, reducing inflammatory and arthritic pains, anti-ulcer, anti-tumor. Purported to be beneficial for decreasing blood pressure, relieving headaches and migraines, reducing inflammatory and arthritic pains.Parts utilizedFlowers, leaves, young pods
    Constituents• Ben oil, 36% – palmitic, stearic, myristic, oleic, and behenic acids, phytosterin; two alkaloids the mixture of which has the same action as epinephrine.• Studies of MO leaves have yielded phytochemicals to which are attributed hypotensive effects and anti-cancer properties. The root bark has sex hormone-related properties. (Source)

    UsesCommercialOil, known as ben oil, extracted from flowers can be used as illuminant, ointment base, and absorbent in the enfleurage process of extracting volatile oils from flowers. The oil, applied locally, has also been helpful for arthritic pains, rheumatic and gouty joints.Nutritional• Flowers, leaves and pods eaten as a vegetable.• Source of calcium, iron, phosphorus and vitamins A, B and C.• High in HDL (high density lipoproteins); a source of amino acids, omega oils, antioxidants.• Comparative content: Gram for gram, 7

  • #113901


    Ding “Lagalag”
    Participant

    yaon pa tabi ako digdi Pading Rod sa Bicol. dipisil mag online digdi ta yaon baga ako digdi sa bulod. patsamba tsamba lang maka connect. Anyway musta saimo asin sa gabus na mga taga GB. mabalik ako sa US sa May 1st, in time with Manny Pacquiao fight. Regards to everybobody… cheers…

  • #113806


    Rod
    Participant

    Yaon ka na digdi sa US of A Padi? Bilib na ako saimo. Garo ka man nanggad na Layog. Kan sarong semana ay yaon ka duman sa Bicol, ngunyan digdi ka na naman sa Land of Kano. Kumusta an bakasyon? Haliputon adi? Always not enough time to do the things you want. Anywho, welcome back Padi. Mag-istoryahan kita

  • #113799


    Ding “Lagalag”
    Participant

    Family • EbenaceaeMaboloDiospyros blancoi

    Other scientific names
    Common names

    Diospyros discolor Wild.
    Kamagong (Tag.)

    Gab (Bangladesh)

    Mabolo (Tag.)

    Velvet apple (Engl.)

    BotanyMedium-sized tree growing to a height of 20 m. Leaves are leathery, oblong, up to 20 cm long, with a round base and acute tips. The blade is glossy green, smooth above and softly hairy below. Female flowers are axillary and solitary, larger than the male. Fruits are fleshy, globose, up to 8-10 cm diameter, densely covered with short brown hairs. The pulp is edible. The fruit hairs have to be rubbed off before eating as it can cause peri-oral itching and irritation. DistributionIn forests, at low and medium altitudes.A shade tree, it is planted along roads and parks.
    Parts utilized:Roots and leaves.
    Constituents and Properties• Study: Triterpenes from D. blancoi • Considered astringent .• Fruit is high in tannin
    UsesFolkloricBark and leaves used for itch skin ailments.Decoction of bark for coughs.Bark used for fevers, dysentery and diarrhea.In Southease Asia, juice of unripe fruit used for wounds.Oil from seeds used for diarrhea and dysentery.Infusion of fruit used as gargle in aphthous stomatitis.In Bangladesh, juice of bark and leave used for snakebites.Bark and leaves used as eyewash.In the Guianas, used for colds, diarrhea, heart problems, hypertension, spider bites, stomach aches, diabetes, eczema. Source
    OthersFruit is edible, the tannin content declining as it ripens.A good source of vitamins A, C, and minerals.Studies • Antioxidant: Antioxidant and heme oxygenase-1 (HO-1)-induced effects of selected Taiwanese plants: 12 selected indigenous Taiwanese plants, including Diospyros discolor, were studied for their antioxidant acitivty, superoxide radicals scavenging and reducing power activities. D discolor extracts, among others, showed to contain abundant phenolic constituents suggesting a potential source of natural antioxidants.· AvailabilityCultivated and wild-crafted

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