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Pest Alert Garlic Mustard NA-PR-03-99

Garlic mustard was used as an edible green in Europe and may have been brought to North America by European settlers. The coarsely toothed leaves give off a garlic-like odor when crushed, accounting for its common name and use in cooking. It is a member of the mustard family.

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1999
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NA-PR-03-99
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USDA Forest Service Wayne National Forest Rosemarie Boyle 219 Columbus Road Athens, OH 45701 (740)592-0200
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Insects and Diseases
Pest Alert Garlic Mustard NA-PR-03-99
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