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(B. juncea) [2015, Mark Farnham & Pat Wechter, ARS/USDA. Introduced 2017 by SESE.] Old favorite “Florida Broadleaf” mustard is now having big problems with a new bacterial blight, so Carolina breeders have come to the rescue and added needed resistance! 16-24 in. tall plants, green leaves, pick ‘em small for salads, or larger for cooking. 42 days. Pkt. (2g, ~1000 seeds).
Good to start from seed in these months:
North Florida: January-March, September-December
Central Florida: January-March, September-December
South Florida: January-February, October-December