Sesbania sesban Merr
Sesbania sesban planted Merr usual in the yard, field or on the plantation as a windbreak crop or green manure. These plants can grow in poor soil and can be found from the lowlands to about 800 m dpi. Shrub or small tree, 2-6 m high, much branched, growing fast. Leaves of compound leaves, with 7-25 pairs of leaflets. Children line up elongated leaf-shaped, short-stemmed, rounded edge, flat edge. Flower color is yellow. Hanging fruit grows, the line shape. The leaves can be cooked and eaten as a vegetable. In addition, the leaves can also be used for green manure and used as fodder. Propagation by seed.