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charlock:

see mustardmustard,
common name for the Cruciferae, or Brassicaceae, a large family chiefly of herbs of north temperate regions. The easily distinguished flowers of the Cruciferae have four petals arranged diagonally ("cruciform") and alternating with the four sepals.
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charlock

1. a weedy Eurasian plant, Sinapis arvensis (or Brassica kaber), with hairy stems and foliage and yellow flowers: family: Brassicaceae (crucifers)
2. white charlock a related plant, Raphanus raphanistrum, with yellow, mauve, or white flowers and podlike fruits
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Statistical analysis of data indicated that nitrogen levels showed non-significant effect on spike length, while wild mustard densities showed significant effect.
We grow a lot of weeds here, including wild mustard which is a near relative of oilseed rape, but I have never seen a hybrid and I understand that it's very rare.
I also would like wild Mustard, and any other yellow- or orange-flowered plants.
Particularly during the North Coast rainy season, when the wild mustard is popping.
03:45 JASMONIC ACID TREATMENT AND MAMMALIAN HERBIVORY DIFFERENTIALLY AFFECT CHEMICAL DEFENSES AND GROWTH OF WILD MUSTARD (BRASSICA KABER).
Nearly 8,000 genes populate chromosomes 2 and 4 of the wild mustard plant Arabidopsis thaliana, the scientists report.
For instance, it would be useless to summer-fallow a field in order to kill an annual weed like the wild mustard which can be kept from spreading by any method that will prevent it from bearing seed.
Baste fennel, then mix in 2 tablespoons well-washed wild mustard flowers or pesticide-free pansy petals (optionals).
21] evaluate the effect of rate and time of nitrogen application on economic threshold damage of wild mustard and concluded that densities of economic threshold damage of wild mustard in low, medium and high levels of nitrogen was 0.