Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


What is this plant

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dean 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
George D. Stout 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
White Falcon 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
George D. Stout 14-May-18
George D. Stout 14-May-18
George D. Stout 14-May-18
dean 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
Riverwolf 14-May-18
Therifleman 14-May-18
olddogrib 14-May-18
RymanCat 14-May-18
charley 14-May-18
ottertails 14-May-18
dean 15-May-18
dean 15-May-18
Fuzzy 15-May-18
cobra 15-May-18
Catskills 15-May-18
Riverwolf 15-May-18
Riverwolf 15-May-18
George D. Stout 15-May-18
GF 15-May-18
tradmt 15-May-18
From: dean
Date: 14-May-18




Sisymbrium loeselii

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18




...looks like Goldenrod , but can't see the leaves .

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-May-18




It's yellow mustard. The yellow that brings us spring, the golden rod ushers in the fall.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18




...if people let stuff grow natural , they would never buy another flat of store bought ;^))

Pics kinda blur-e but looks like Goldenrod .

From: White Falcon
Date: 14-May-18




Goat weed.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18




I stand corrected ....I should remeber that ..see it every damn fall ...LOL Thank you George ;^)

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-May-18




As I said, it's yellow mustard. Goldenrod doesn't bloom until late summer. We have scads of it here and it will completely color a spring farm field that isn't plowed.

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-May-18

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From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-May-18




Also called wild mustard and even white mustard.

From: dean
Date: 14-May-18




could be Brassica juncea

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18




...I had a cable outage , hence the mixed up responses ;^))

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18




If I would have seen the flower heads or leaves I would have caught my mistake ;^)))

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18

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...Goldenrod pic from on-line for comparison.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 14-May-18




....falls a long time coming. ;^)))

From: Therifleman
Date: 14-May-18




Mustard.

From: olddogrib
Date: 14-May-18




Dan, The consensus has been variable enough here that the takeaway from this thread is...think twice before you post a pic and ask "is this an edible mushroom", lol!

From: RymanCat
Date: 14-May-18




Woodcocks love goldenrod. It kills me to go through with allergies though. LOL

Ask Joe boy (Frisky) He tells us he is the Legend and I bet he knows maybe? LOL

From: charley
Date: 14-May-18




Yup, mustard. Add a bit of leaves to a salad, but not too much. Good stuff.

From: ottertails
Date: 14-May-18




Wild mustard for sure, a weed toxic to horses. Had to deal with about 8 acres of it (thick) before I could get my hay field planted.

From: dean
Date: 15-May-18




Didn't pay nuttin' for them there fancy words. It is just that there are different species of wild mustard. To be honest, I still am not sure which one it is.

From: dean
Date: 15-May-18




Last year I had something weird growing by my target. I cannot show the picture because my neighbor stole and smoked. He went for a walk around the block to clear his head and he got lost.

From: Fuzzy
Date: 15-May-18




mustard of some type

From: cobra
Date: 15-May-18




Yellow mustard and Goldenrod all over around here. Esp. taking over ditchlines. My advice, contain it if you like it but I would rip it out ASAP. Invasive andhard to get rid of, soon spreading to neighbors etc.

From: Catskills
Date: 15-May-18




Sure looks like a wild mustard. As George said, it's too early for goldenrod plus the blooms are different.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 15-May-18




...LOL I think it was settled , and I was wrong as stated above . I just didn't get a good look at the leaves or blooms , and the first thing that entered me brain was Goldenrod ...not taking into thought before typing it is a fall only bloom ..

I think its called a brain-fart ;^)))

From: Riverwolf
Date: 15-May-18




Ooo, and Joe ...if you had owned Mules back in the day , they would have been smart enough not to EAT the mustard !

;^)))

From: George D. Stout Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-May-18




We get complete fields of it in May, especially grown over pastures. Dad always said that the mustard was the official sign of spring, and goldenrod the official sign of autumn. Each has it's own aura to me and brings back nice memories.

From: GF
Date: 15-May-18




Yeah, well… One thing that all those mustards have in common is that they produce an awful lot of seed! I’m glad Dan posted this, because it prompted me to run outside and pull out as much of it as I could find before a gets ahead of me. I’ve got one variety in the yard which produces seedpods that explode when you bump them. Definitely pays to get rid of them as early as possible!

From: tradmt
Date: 15-May-18




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