High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Halogeton glomeratus is
a species of flowering plant in the amaranth family known by the
common names saltlover, Aral barilla, and halogeton. It is native
to Russia and China, but the plant is probably better known in the
western United States, where it is an introduced species and a
notorious noxious weed. This annual herb is a hardy halophyte,
thriving in soils far too saline to support many other plants. It
also grows in alkali soils such as those on alkali flats and
disturbed, barren habitat. It can be found in sagebrush and
shadscale habitat, and it grows well in areas with cold winters.
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