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- Wojciechowicz-Żytko, Elżbieta; Jankowska, Beata
- Folia horticulturae 2016 v.28 no.2 pp. 209-216
- Aphis (Aphididae), etc ; Episyrphus balteatus; Eupeodes corollae; Sambucus nigra; Sphaerophoria scripta; Syrphus; bark; beneficial insects; elderberries; flowering; forests; fruits; herbal medicines; home gardens; ingestion; larvae; leaves; ornamental value; parks; pith; plant growth; roots; shrubs; Poland; Show all 24 Subjects
- ... Black elder (Sambucus nigra L.) commonly occurs throughout the country – it can be found in forests, thickets, parks, balks or in home gardens. It is a valuable reservoir of food for beneficial insects and a place of refuge or wintering. Almost every part of the elderberry plant has some uses: the fruits, flowers, leaves, roots, pith and bark. Its fruits and flowers are used in herbal medicine and ...