Known also as White Goosefoot, Lamb’s quarters or Dungweed.
Native in eastern Asia but It is widely introduced, occurring in Africa, Australasia, North America and Oceania, almost everywhere in nitrogen-soils, particularly on wasteland.
Competitive wed, can reduce yield of sugarbeet soybean or con considerably
Leaves can be used as substitute for spinach, seeds are good for poultry and other birds.
The hardened stalk had been used as a walking stick since ancient times in China.