Garlic Mustard Plant

Garlic Mustard Plant. One challenging aspect of garlic mustard, aside from how easily it spreads, is its effects on other plants. On average, a garlic mustard plant will produce 22 siliques, each of which can contain as many as 28 seeds.

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On average, a garlic mustard plant will produce 22 siliques, each of which can contain as many as 28 seeds. Garlic mustard has been used as an antiseptic herb for treating leg ulcers, bruises and sores, coughs and colds, clearing a stuffy head, to encourage sweating and even as a cure for colic and kidney stones. Studies suggest the plant is allelopathic, which means it releases chemicals that can.

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Mustard Plant

Mustard Plant. Plants can reach 16 cm (6.3 in) in length. You can plant mustard from seeds or from transplants.

Sprouting Mustard Seed Pod The seeds inside this mustard
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White, black, and brown are the various types of mustard found in various parts of the world. The illustration below and the table on the next page provide some quick tips on how to differentiate the crops based on. This plant is sown in the fall after the harvest of tomatoes and cucumbers.

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