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History in the United States

The history of introduction of annual bastard-cabbage into the U.S. is uncertain. It appears to be spreading through contaminated grass seed mixes or mulching materials. Because its seeds are similar in size to those of wheat and rye, weed seed screens may fail to remove it from grass seed mixes.


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U.S. National Park Service Weeds Gone Wild website

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