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Black mustard (Brassica nigra)

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Black mustard (Brassica nigra)
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1.87 € *
Base Price 0.02 €/ seed
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Item number
1049
Seed quantity:
200 Pcs.
Botanical name:
Brassica nigra, Crucifera sinapis, Melanosinapis communis, Mutarda nigra, Raphanus sinapis–officinalis, Sisymbrium nigrum
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Description

Black mustard is one of the oldest spices known in Central Europe and has its origins in the Mediterranean region. It is an annual herbaceous plant that is grown especially for the extraction of its spicy seeds which positively affect digestion.
The seeds, which must be removed from their shells for processing into edible mustard, have different colors and can be dark brown, gray or black in color.

Black mustard seeds are used in Indian cuisine for curries, where they are typically used roasted in oil to produce a distinct nutty flavor. The resulting oil is also used for culinary purposes. The use of the plant as a condiment and for mustard production however has become less and less in the course of the 20th century, as other crop varieties are more suitable for mechanical harvesting and efficient processing.
Organic seed, content: Black mustard, 200 seeds
Sowing and cultivation
Brassica nigra is quite easy to care for and thrives in a variety of soils, but particularly well in calcareous substrates. Sow broadcast at mild temperatures in spring directly into the field. Mustard loves sunny locations, grows quickly and can become up to 150cm high. A harvest of seeds can be expected in early autumn. It is also a very good green manure and bee pasture plant.

Details: Plant description & care

Plant family:
Brassicaceae
Plant height approx.:
30–200 cm
Root system :
Deep roots
Flower colour:
Yellow
Flowering period :
August, July, June
Location:
Sun
Water requirements:
Moderately moist
Lifecycle :
Annual
Winter hardy up to:
–5 °C

Sowing & cultivation

Sowing time outdoors:
April, March, May
Sowing depth:
Needs light to germinate
Planting distance approx.:
20 cm
Main harvest:
October, September

Companion planting

Bad intercropping partners:
Cabbage, Kohlrabi, Radish, Radishes

Other names

German names:
Garten–Senf, Keek, Keetjen, Mostartkorn, Mostert, Schwarzer Senf, Sempsat, Senf–Kohl, Senfsaat, Senip, Sennep, Sennepe, Sennepsaat
English names:
Black mustard
French names:
Moutarde noire, Sénevé noir
Spanish names:
Agenabe, Agenabo, Agenave, Ajenabe, Ajenabo, Ajo amarillo, Alezna, Amarillas, Desajo, Floridos, Gebena, Géniva, Hierba meona, Jamargo, Jaramago, Jenabe, Jenable, Jenape, Lagina, Laparda, Lonsarda, Lujarda, Lusarda, Mostaza, Mostaza común, Mostaza fina, Mostaza negra, Mostaza negra y roja, Mostaza rubia, Nabestro, Nabieyo, Nabilla, Nabillo, Nabina, Nabiza, Nabizuela, Rabanillo, Rábano, Rábano amarillo, Xebena, Xenave de los antiguos, Xeneba de flor amarilla, Zanabiza
Italian names:
Senape nera

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