Mustard, Miike (Brassica juncea), packet of 200 seeds, organic
Family: Mustard (Brassicaceae)
Annual. 40 days to harvest.
(Miike Mustard Greens) Large and tender leaves with a flavor that is both sweet and hot. Plant anytime for salad greens, but to attain a full head, plant 4 to 6 weeks before the first frost. Very frost tolerant. For spring planting, plant as soon as ground can be worked, this is one of the earliest viable greens for spring planting.
200 seeds per packet, certified organically grown
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Will this mustard produce pods that can be harvested for mustard seeds?
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Richo Cech –
Hello Linea, No, this is the leaf mustard type, it is black-seeded. You’re looking for white mustard (Sinapis alba) that makes yellow seeds. Here’s the link https://strictlymedicinalseeds.com/product/mustard-white-sinapis-alba-seeds-organic/
But then if I wan the extra spicy mustard, then this is the brown mustard seed variety? The one primary used for mustard in Russia?
From my research, I am looking for “Brassica juncea” but the “Miike” in the name is confusing me.
Richo Cech –
There is the Genus and species designation, then the varietal designation. Don’t be confused by the varietal designation. For instance, all corn is Zea mays but there are hundreds of varieties (types, selections) of Zea mays. Same with mustards. If you want to make spicy brown mustard out of Miike, then plant it and let it go to seed and then… make your mustard. r