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Chorispora tenella

blue mustard, tenella mustard, purple mustard (Chorispora tenella)
Chorispora tenella
Common Names tenella mustard, purple mustard, blue mustard
Family Mustard
Flower Color blue - purple
Plant Type Forb
Introduced Yes
Native No
Weed Noxious

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Blue Mustard

Blue Mustard is an annual that reaches about 18 inches tall, with sporadic branching. This mustard grows mostly in open lots, and unused pastureland. Blue mustard poses a threat to crop yield, as well as rangeland quality for cattle grazing. Blue mustard is introduced from southwestern Asia; it's seeds were most likely brought to the U.S. in contaminated crop seed. tenella mustard, purple mustard
For additional information please send an e-mail request to:
Dr. Clinton C. Shock
Clinton.Shock@oregonstate.edu

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