Plant for ID : 1 Image. 4 posts by 3 authors.
Looks like any Orobanche sp., a root parasite, usually in mustard fields… happy to see this after a long gap (if only my id is right)…
Appears closer to images at Phelipanche aegyptiaca
most likely a parasite that comes up in all continents like the red colored ice plants in the redwood forests in north america etc etc.
We have several in india. … just gave you one option. now have your friend tell us more about this plant. how many. what season//month. what kind of farm etcetc etc
Orobanche cernua. Parasitic on Solanaceae shrubs like Tobbaco Brinjal. Can grow even from underground roots with host plant absent above ground.
Thanks, … Both look close. Host plant may help.
yes thats what i asked. what kind of farm???? and will … who asked the question in 2013 respond now,?? is he even interested? i responded earlier not having seen the date. sorry, i dont see his reponse aso far but i am still hopeful that he will get to see this thread and respond