The polyphenol content in analysed sprouts varied from 160 mg GAE/100 g FM in wheat to 774 mg GAE/100 g FM in white mustard
. Similar trends were found for flavonoid content--the highest value was observed in white mustard
(53.4 mg QE/100 g FM) and the lowest in wheat (15.3 mg QE/100 g FM) and broccoli (15.1 mg QE/100 g FM).
The white mustard
plants yields tiny seeds that are used whole in pickling, toasted in cooking, or ground with other ingredients into a condiment eaten cold meats.
This is in accordance with findings of Liu (2005) that tolerance levels of crops are species-dependant and vary under different stress intensities (concentrations and type of pollutants) and growth stages.Germination of maize, cucumber and white mustard
(F=0.70ns, 1.03ns, 1.77ns, Pgreater than 0.05, respectively) was not under the influence of water quality.
The data obtained by our study show that higher values of glucobrassicin in above-the-ground parts of white mustard
, oil radish, the early and the mid-late cabbage hybrid reduce the extent of injuries done by cabbage stink bugs.
Catch crops: undersown red clover, white clover mixture with Italian ryegrass (seed rate ratio 1:1) and post-crop white mustard
. Catch crops were undersown into winter wheat early in spring when the soil had dried sufficiently.
plants were randomly bought from the wet market at Bandar Baru Bangi, Selangor, Malaysia.
Besides white mustard
, the researchers also evaluated the weed-control effects of field pennycress seed meal and dried distiller grains (DDGs), derived from corn ethanol production.
With white mustard
, the burning sensation is felt only on the tongue.
Four to five white mustard
(Brassica hirta Moench) seeds were planted at seven (1996) and 10 (1997) positions, 0.25 m apart, in the center of one of the subplots, shortly before soybean emergence.
and Norris, F.W., 'The Nature and Composition of the Mucilage From Seeds of White Mustard
(Brassica alba)', Biochem.
The wild-flower mixture contains around 50 different species including corncockle, sweet alyssum, cornflower, California poppy, flax, borage, lemon balm, corn marigold, poppy, love-in-amist, soapwort, white mustard
, crimson scarlet, fennel, and sorrel, among others.
Studies suggest sinalbin degradation products and other compounds released into soil by applications of white mustard
seed meals can kill or suppress certain weedy grasses and annual broadleaf weeds.