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Troublesome Mustards in Texas

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The Brassicaceae or Mustard Family is the sixth largest family of plants in Texas with 46 genera and 123 species. Many are introduced annuals, such as the bastard cabbage, Rapistrum rugosum.  This webinar will help you learn to identify plants in this group and their value on your land

Status

Archived - Watch the Recording

Date and Time

February 7, 2019
12:00 am - 1:00 pm CST

Presenter

Dr. Barron Rector
Associate Professor and Extension Range Specialist
Ecosystem Science and Management
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension

TDA Credit