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( Amaranthus retroflexus L.) biomass was 72% to 93% lower and common lambsquarters biomass ( Chenopodium album L.) 87% to 99% less in soil amended with 1% to 3% (wt/wt) Oriental mustard [ Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.] seed meal relative to nontreated soil

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meal amendments into soil. Agricultural use of these meals, which are by-products of biodiesel fuel production from brassicaceous plants, has the added advantage of contributing to increased profitability of producing biofuel from oilseeds. Mustard seed

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from canola and mustard seeds from plants grown in the SJV produced biofuel blends that were used for operating diesel-powered equipment. He subsequently tested the residual mustard seed meal as a potential biofumigant for inhibiting weeds in greenhouse

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-hydroxybenzyl glucosinolate contained in Sinapis alba seed meal J. Agr. Food Chem. 53 8650 8654 doi: 10.1021/jf051570r 10.1021/jf051570r Boydston, R.A. Anderson, T. 2008 Mustard ( Sinapis alba ) seed meal suppresses weeds in container-grown ornamentals

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chile pepper production in New Mexico. Materials and Methods Biological materials. Mustard seed meal derived from brown mustard was purchased from a commercial supplier in Aug. 2018 (Pescadero Gold; Farm Fuel Inc., Freedom, CA). When not in use, MSM was

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et al., 2011 ). Canola ( Brassica napus ) and mustard ( S. alba ) seed meals were used as organic sources of fertilizer to increase essential nutrients in the strawberry ( Fragaria ×ananassa ) production, and greatly reduced summer annual weeds like

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; 0.88 Mg C/ha, 125 kg N/ha, 56 kg P/ha, 51 kg K/ha). Each treatment was established in a plot 2.4 m × 9.1 m. Treatments included: 1) a fallow, unamended control (“untreated control”); 2) fallow with mustard seed meal added at treatment (“biofumigant

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mustard seed meal (Gies Organic Products, Moses Lake, WA). This meal is a by-product of oil extraction from seeds. Application rates, methods, and dates for treatments in each of the four trials are listed in Table 1 . Table 1. Treatment list for

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of eight replications that include steam treatments and steam + mustard seed meal (MSM) treatments. (Right) Variation in heating between plots (at the same field site as in left panel) to which steam was applied. Each replicated plot shows mean of two

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. Mustard seed meal contains glucosinolates, which break down in soil to isothiocyanate in moist soil ( Borek and Morra, 2005 ; Brown et al., 1991 ; Vaughn and Berhow, 2005 ; Vaughn et al., 2006 ). Boydston et al. (2011) demonstrated that much of the

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