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New York: Praeger, 1970. , and Mary H. Parsons. Maguey Utilization in Highland Central Mexico. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1990. Ageratum Ageratum is a large genus of herbs and shrubs in the aster family, Asteraceae, which is native to Central America and the Caribbean. There are about 60 species of both annuals and perennials in this genus. Many cultivars of Ageratum houstonianum are widely grown as annuals in flowerbeds and sometimes as cut flowers. Ageratum species can become naturalized in tropical and semitropical areas and become pernicious weeds.
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A single or double row of magueys is commonly planted on the embankment that separates each field on a semiterraced hillside. The maguey’s lateral root system strengthens the embankment, and its wide leaves absorb the erosive impact of raindrops. Indigenous peoples have many uses for wide leaves of the maguey. Occasionally, for want of better wood, people used the leaves for laths and roofing tiles. Withered leaves could serve as a backup supply of firewood. Women often ground corn kernels over a clean maguey leaf, which caught and preserved the fallings.
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