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Cutlass oriental mustard



Cutlass oriental mustard



Canadian Journal of Plant Science 69(1): 249-250



Cutlass oriental mustard (Brassica juncea (L.) Coss), licenced in 1985, is a pure-yellow-seeded cultivar which combines a high glucosinolate level with high seed yield, reduced oil content and early maturity. It is adapted to all areas of western Canada where B. juncea is grown.

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