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I found this Yellow mustard field in autumn period to Damme on 4 mile of Bruges.

Yellow mustard can be sown later than fodder radish (Raphanus sativus subsp. Oleiferus) and is sown from August 10 to early September. It has a quick ground cover, making it suppresses weeds well and is a long crop. Yellow mustard makes it less than fodder radish roots. Yellow mustard is also quickly bloom. The plant is frost sensitive, so it can be easily worked. Yellow mustard is highly susceptible to foot and root can be affected by the beet cyst nematode.

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Canon EOS 5D
Shooting Date/Time
20/10/2009 10:55:42
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EF16-35mm f/2.8L USM
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25,0 mm
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4368 x 2912
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