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Brassicaceae, or Cruciferae

We have information from several sources:

Herbs: An Indexed Bibliography. 1971-1980—J.E. Simon, A.F. Chadwick and L.E. Craker

Midwest Vegetable Production Guide for Commercial Growers 2012

Mustard: Alternative Field Crops Manual, University of Wisconson Cooperative Extension Service, University of Minnesota Extension Service, Center for Alternative Plant & Animal Products

Black Mustard In: Potential of Fanweed and Other Weeds as Novel Industrial Oilseed Crops—Patrick M. Carr

Handbook of Energy Crops. 1983. James A. Duke. unpublished
Brassica juncea
Brassica nigra
Sinapis alba

The Herb Hunters Guide—A.F. Sievers. 1930.

Phenology of Oilseed Crops for Bio-Diesel in the High Plains—Alexander D. Pavlista and David D. Baltensperger

Potential of Sugar Beet Nematode-Resistant Radishes and Mustard for Use in Sugar Beet Rotations—James M. Krall, David W. Koch, Fred A. Gray, and Li Mei Yun

Alternate Crops for Dryland Production Systems in Northern Idaho—Kenneth D. Kephart, Glen A. Murray, and Dick L. Auld

New Crops for Canadian Agriculture—Ernest Small

Evaluation of Tropical Leaf Vegetables in the Virgin Islands—Manuel C. Palada and Stafford M.A. Crossman

Magness, et al., 1971. Food and Feed Crops of the United States.
Black mustard and Condiment mustards
White mustard
Tuberous rooted Chinese mustard

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