|Common Name:||Tumble mustard,tumbleweed mustard, tall mustard, tall hedge mustard|
|Classification/Rank:||Aggressive or Under Bio-control|
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|Habitat/Range:||• distribution to be determined, but sites reported at Smithers dump, behind the Skeena-Stikine Forest District Office, Kitwanga villiage, and various roadsides|
• annual herb from a taproot
• stems erect, freely branched, sparsely to heavily stiff-hairy at base, smooth above.
• basal leaves broadly lance shaped, stalked; lower stem leaves lobed or pinnately cut, toothed; upper stem leaves with lobes or leaflets, threadlike to linear
• flowers are pale yellow; inflorescence of spreading or ascending stalks
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