Invasive Plants: Mustards and Mustard-like

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Black Mustard

Scientific Name: Brassica nigra

Native Look-Alikes: Wallflower (Erysimum spp.)

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Broad Leaved Pepper Grass, Broadleaved Pepperweed

Scientific Name: Lepidium latifolium

Native Look-Alikes: Other Peppergrass species (Lepidium sp.)

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Hoary Cress, Heart Podded Hoary Cress

Scientific Name: Cardaria draba

Native Look-Alikes: Biscuitroot (Lomatium sp.)

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Mediterranean Hoary Mustard, Short Podded Mustard, Shortpod Mustard, Wild Mustard, Summer Mustard, Mustard

Scientific Name: Hirschfeldia incana

Native Look-Alikes: Wallflower (Erysimum spp.)

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Saharan Mustard, Asian Mustard, Mustard

Scientific Name: Brassica tournefortii

Native Look-Alikes: Wallflower (Erysimum spp.)

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White Top, Longstalk Whitetop

Scientific Name: Cardaria pubescens

Native Look-Alikes: Biscuitroot (Lomatium sp.)

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Wild Radish, Cultivated Radish, Jointed Charlock

Scientific Name: Raphanus sativus

Native Look-Alikes: none

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