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Mutant Red Herrings? (Do or Die)
Genetically engineered oilseed rape, black mustard, thorn-apple and sweet peas all containing an antibiotic-resistance gene were grown together with ...
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California Coastal Commission, Upper Newport Bay Project
Shellmaker Island.  We took out a tremendous amount of black mustard, sweet fennel, artichoke thistle, pampas grass, star thistle and Spanish ... morning A volunteer works to get young mustard plants out before they begin to flower. Black mustard grows fast with little rain. As ... they seed. One of many piles of black mustard pulled from the site Removing each small mustard will save us lots of work ...
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Brassica juncea
Easier to grow than Black Mustard (B. nigra), it has nearly replaced it in brown mustard preparations since 1945. Mustard Oil is one of the major edible ... , Turnip yellow mosaic, Yellow virus, Cabbage black ringspot, Kukitachina mosaic, Cucumber mosaic, Radish mosaic. Following nematodes have been isolated from rai or mustard greens: Heterodera cruciferae, Heterodera schachtii, ...
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Brassica nigra
Black mustard is mixed with white mustard (Sinapis alba) to make mustard flour, used in various condiments as "English Mustard" when mixed with water and "Continental Mustard" with vinegar. Mustard flowers are good honey producers. Mustard ...
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Hudson River Almanac -- April 1998
Croton Point - Barn swallows, chimney swifts, and house wrens had returned; violets, splurge and black mustard were in bloom. Christopher Letts April 28 - Foundry Cove - It was a late afternoon flood ...
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Plants of the Summit and Fire Interpretive Trail
Borage Family (Boraginaceae) Grand Hounds-Tongue Cryptantha Cynoglossum grande Cryptantha sp. Mustard Family (Brassicaceae) Brewer Rock Cress Toothwort or Milk-Maids Douglas's ... Erysimum capitatum = E. asperum Mt. Diablo Jewelflower or Hairy Twisted Flower Streptanthus hispidus Black Mustard Brassica nigra Shepherd's Purse Capsella bursa-pastoris Bell flower Family (Campanulaceae) ...
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Hopper Moutain National Wildife Refuge Complex
Mule fat, seep willow (Baccharis salicifolia) Blue dicks (Dichelostemma pulchella) Black mustard (Brassica nigra) Hairy crabgrass (Digitari asanguinalis) California brome (Bromus carinatus) ... montevidensis) Mariposa lily (Calochortus sp.) Giant wildrye (Elymus (=Leyrnus) condensatus) Mustard primrose (Camissonia californica) Willow herb (Epilobium adenocaulum (=E.ciliatum) Indian paintbrush ...
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UC IPM: Information about Integrated Weed Management in Artichoke
The most troublesome annual weeds include wild oats and black mustard. As time passes perennial weeds often become a problem; these include buttercup oxalis, yellow and ...
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UC IPM: Information about Special Weed Problems in Artichoke
Sethoxydim (Poast) is useful in controlling bermudagrass, however, repeated applications are necessary. BLACK MUSTARD. Black mustard is an annual weed that is very competitive with artichoke in the winter ... of plume moth. Oxyfluorfen (Goal, GoalTender) and diuron (Karmex, etc.) will control black mustard before germination or in the seedling stage. FIELD BINDWEED. Field bindweed is ...
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Invasive Species in the Norwalk River Watershed
Amur Cork Tree Phellodendron japonicum White or Poplar Cottonwood Populus alba Black Locust Robinia pseudoacacia SHRUBS Japanese Barberry Berberis thunbergii Russian Olive Elaeagnus ... Mustard Alliaria petiolata Japanese Stilt Grass Microstegium vimineum Leafy Spurge Euphorbia esula European Water-milfoil Myriophyllum spicatum Cottonweed Froelichia gracilis Goutweed Aegopodium podagraria Black ...
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