• Common Name : Wal Anoda

• Scientific Name : Abutilon indicum

• Family : Malvacea

• Life cycle : Perennial

• Morphological characters : ranging from 30 to 100 cm in height, with a strong taproot ; stem and branches flattened at the extremities, fibrous, almost woody at times; leaves : alternate, slender, lanceolate, acute, margins toothed, 5 – 7 cm or more long flowers : light yellow, with a shallow notch at the apex fruit : a capsule, 2 cm in diameter, rough, consisting of five to eight (rarely more) carpels which break at maturity into equal, one-seeded, segments (mericarp)

• Propagation : seeds

• Agricultural importance : Compete with crops for nutrition, water and solar radiation.

• Uses : Have medicinal valve in ayurvedik medicine.

• Control measures : Mechanical methods hand picking and burning.