Var chamran, to wild mustard
, Sinapis arvensis L., suppression under different nitrogen concentrations, a field experiment was conducted at Agricultural Research Station of Azad University of Ahvaz-Iran during 2007-08 growing season.
Mitchell-Olds' team studies the wild mustard
As Helen Hunt Jackson said of wild mustard
, "one plant this year, a million the next."
During February and March, the mists flow over the vineyards and the wild mustard
begins its bloom.
Besides the already mentioned low-growing layer most visible in the spring, the middle layer of shorter grasses and such fortes as wild mustard
, black-eyed Susan, and daisy fleabane is next established.
Most small-seeded broadleaf species in the study (common lambsquarters, common ragweed, black nightshade, pigweed, smartweed, and wild mustard
) again emerged less after tilling during darkness.
Practically all of which will be happening this coming weekend, when CyHerbia will be looking at what you can do with the plants that grow right on your doorstep: wild mustard
, mallow, thistles, wild spinach, chard and -- in particular -- nettle.
Mohajeri and Ghadiri  reported that the density of wild mustard
more than 20 plants [m.sup.-2] significantly decreased the grain yield of wheat under application of zero and 50 kg N [ha.sup.-1], while at the levels of 100, 150 and 200 Kg N [ha.sup.-1], increasing wild mustard
density more than 10 plants per [m.sup.-2] significantly decreased the wheat grain yield.
Remove bitter cress, wild mustard
and Shepherd's Purse and you will cut club root, cabbage root fly and cabbage white butterfly significantly.
Broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower and wild mustard
are all part of the huge family known as Brassica.
Charlock is also known as wild mustard
, and food historians and geneticists say most of the green vegetables farmed in the western world - apart from lettuce - were developed from it.
"I also would like wild Mustard
, and any other yellow- or orange-flowered plants."