Chenopodium ficifolium Sm., Fl. Brit. 1: 276 1800. (syn: Anserina ficifolia (Sm.) Montandon; Chenopodium ficifoliiforme F. Dvorák; Chenopodium ficifolium var. albovenosum F. Dvorák; Chenopodium ficifolium var. coronatum Beauge; Chenopodium ficifolium var. rubescens (Aellen) F. Dvorák; Chenopodium ficifolium f. rubescens Aellen; Chenopodium ficifolium var. subcymosum (Aellen) F. Dvorák; Chenopodium ficifolium f. subcymosum Aellen; Chenopodium populifolium Hort. ex Moq.; Chenopodium trilobum Schult. ex Moq.);

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SK1812 08 March 2019 : 7 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (8)- around 700 kb each. 

Location Gyaneswor, Kathmandu, Nepal
Elevation :  1330 m.
Date : 8 march 2019
Habit : Cultivated.
Chenopodium album L. ??

To me also appears close to images at Chenopodium album L. 

it is Chenopodium ficifolium.

goosefoot  leaf  =  i do see

but fifcifolium= ficus like, don’t see it
can someone please  explain?

it is easy. Some leaves are clearly trilobate with elongated mid-lobe. Second, the inflorescence is leafy and much smaller in C. ficifolium in contrast to almost all forms of C. album. 
Chenopodium filifolium is very common in Central Nepal at the altitudes 500-2000 m. 

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