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  1. photo <b>Mustard</b> GreensMustard GreensArticle
    emerald green to burgundy to a deep purple, but are certainly a misnomer for they are never a mustard color. That said, this plant does produce the acrid-tasting brown seeds that are used to make the yummyRead more
  2. photo Four benefits of <b>mustard</b> that you may not knowFour benefits of mustard that you may not knowNews
    The mustard plant comes from the genus of plants (Brassica) that contains such potent and nutritious members as horseradish, cress, kale, broccoli, and Brussels sprouts. This genus is loadedRead more
  3. photo <b>Plants</b> alter their chemistry and taste in response to attacks by predatorsPlants alter their chemistry and taste in response to attacks by predatorsNews
    , a zoology professor at the UW-Madison who helped lead the new research, about hownaturally defend themselves against predators. "Some plants make themselves less tasty," he says.Using mustard plantsRead more
  4. Florais de BachTreatment
    Essência floral ou elixir floral é a denominação convencional para um preparado natural farmacêutico, semi-homeopático, geralmente elaborado com extratos de flores maduras, plantas ou arbustosRead more
  5. photo 4 Easy-To-Grow Veggies That Do Double Duty4 Easy-To-Grow Veggies That Do Double DutyArticle
    as an after-mint in Indian restaurants. Mustard Mustard is a very hardy green that can tolerate cold temperatures, making it an ideal crop for spring and fall plantings. Its leaves have a tangy, slightlyRead more
  6. photo <b>Mustard</b> seeds can fight cancer, treat inflammatory conditions and moreMustard seeds can fight cancer, treat inflammatory conditions and moreNews
    The seeds of the mustard plant have enjoyed a close connection with human civilizations since time immemorial. The Ancient Greeks and Romans would regularly use them for cooking, and they have beenRead more
  7. photo <b>Plants</b> can see, hear, smell, and respond to threatsPlants can see, hear, smell, and respond to threatsNews
    is more sophisticated than formerly though. The researchers exposed Arabidopsis plants (in the mustard family) to two separate species of caterpillars and two separate species of aphids. Each predatorRead more
  8. photo Guide to Growing Asian Greens for FallGuide to Growing Asian Greens for FallArticle
    and crunchy  – This group includes plants like bok choi, Chinese cabbage and Chinese broccoli. Leafy greens –  This group includes relatives of mustard greens such as mustard spinach, tatsoi, mizuna and redRead more
  9. 7 remedios con mostaza y su aceiteTreatment
    La mostaza es una planta anual de la familia de la crucíferas que puede llegar a medir hasta un metro de altura. El tallo es recto, velloso, ramoso y áspero.   Sus hojas son alternas, grandesRead more
  10. photo Do <b>Plants</b> Have Feelings? A Study Says ‘Yes’, Sort OfDo Plants Have Feelings? A Study Says ‘Yes’, Sort OfArticle
    by a caterpillar, the plant (thale cress, a relative of broccoli) released mustard oils, which aims to deter predators. “The study showed that when the plants felt or heard the caterpillar-munching vibrationsRead more

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Herbs and Spices

Mustard plants are any of several plant species in the genera Brassica and Sinapis. Mustard seed is used as a spice. Grinding and mixing the seeds with water, vinegar, or other liquids, creates the yellow condiment known as prepared mustard. The seeds can also be pressed to make mustard oil, and the edible leaves can be eaten as mustard greens.Although some varieties of mustard plants were...More