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Brassica carinata

Common Name(s): Ethiopian mustard; abyssinian mustard
Family: Brassicaceae
Growth Habit: Winter Annual
Growing Days: 35 to 55 (days)
Precipitation: 39 to 59 (in.)
Winter Minimum:
Soil pH: 5.5 to 8
Soil Texture/Type: Sand, loam, clay
Soil Drainage: Well
Photoperiod Response:
Light Intensity:
Winter crop in Mediterranean. High natural resistance to rapeseed diseases.
No diseases found for the ten pathogens searched.
Additive - flavoring, Fuel - bio fuels, Fuel - biomass
Tropical-wet and dry, subtropical-humid
Geographical Origin:
Southern Europe, Northern Europe
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