This spicy hot mustard is a cold weather champ and is sure to please in mixed green salads or cooked.
Will come back when cut; slow to bolt. Incorporating the residues of mustard crops into your soil can reduce fungal diseases in your succession crop. Mustards are potent soil fumigants. Sow from early spring to late summer. For bunching, sow 1/4- 1/2" deep in a 2" wide band with 15 seeds/ft., rows 18-24" apart. Cut when greens reach full-size (12-18"). For baby-leaf, sow 1/4- 1/2" deep in a 2-4" wide band sow 60 seeds/ft. Cut entire plants at 3-6".