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This thing is taking over some food plots in NE MO:
 

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Here is a closeup of it:
 

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Might be yellow rocket...although I am not totally convinced.. I see a couple
brassica like lower leaves in that pic.. hmmmmm

Wooddust or MUHunter may weigh in here.
 

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Here is a better pic of the flower and leaves:
 

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Pic of Wild Mustard....
 

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I considered it but those arent mustard leaves, I dont think..

gawd.. this should be easy. I'll key it out for sure tomorrow Thayer.
 

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The flowers are a bit different that the yellow rocket...

It almost looks like some of the brassica family, but I don't ever recall Tim planting any. Luckily, it is not in my plot...I am just curious. The MDC page is pretty weak...I am searching the net for better sites.

thanks guys:dancin:
 

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Yellow rocket is a brassica..
 

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Flowers aren't either. On the plant in question it has little bells for flowers.
 

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whatever it is, phenoxy herbicides like 2,4-D ect will bang'em.
 

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Originally posted by jmmcguire
Flowers aren't either. On the plant in question it has little bells for flowers.
The flowers can sinesce a bit over time OR have a cluster-like
growth habit that may not be similar to what is expected.

jmacs picture does show expanded individual flowers, but it
also looks like there are clusters that arent as expanded.

Perhaps, the plants that thayer posted dont have fully expaned inflorescence yet..
 

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Here's some plants to look at. I'm going to Google now. I'm still thinking some type of mustard...
Some common species of mustard in Missouri, in addition to wild mustard, are field pennycress, tansy mustard, yellow rocket and Virginia pepperweed.
 

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Some common species of mustard in Missouri, in addition to wild mustard, are field pennycress, tansy mustard, yellow rocket and Virginia pepperweed.
Well it didn't look like any of them.....I give up!
 

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Thats a new plant to me,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,it can't be a weed,since I don't have any growing on my place.

:cheers::cheers:
 
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