"Notes: Western Ghats, Deciduous Forests and plantations, also in the plains"
"Weed among cultivated plants, wastelands, roadsides, etc."
Flowering class: Dicot Habit: Herb
"Locally abundant as a weed in fallow lands, wayside, dry river beds or even in very poor soils. Plains from the coast upto 900m.Native to tropical Africa, south Arabia, tropical Australia and Malaysia."
Regularity: Regularly occurring
"Found along roads and wastelands from plains to 400m. Common. Native of old world, from tropical Africa and Arabia to tropical Australia."
Flowering and fruiting: March-July
State - Kerala, District/s: All Districts
Annual or short-lived perennial.