Traffic on Road 100 in Pasco passes by a field near West Argent Street covered with colorful lavender blossoms of purple mustard plants. While the colorful petals make a pretty photograph the species is considered a noxious weed and can frequently be spotted sprouting in vacant lots and fields around the Mid-Columbia. The weed can be also be troublesome for agriculture by reducing yields in grain fields, according to Wikipedia.
Traffic on Road 100 in Pasco passes by a field near West Argent Street covered with colorful lavender blossoms of purple mustard plants. While the colorful petals make a pretty photograph the species is considered a noxious weed and can frequently be spotted sprouting in vacant lots and fields around the Mid-Columbia. The weed can be also be troublesome for agriculture by reducing yields in grain fields, according to Wikipedia. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Traffic on Road 100 in Pasco passes by a field near West Argent Street covered with colorful lavender blossoms of purple mustard plants. While the colorful petals make a pretty photograph the species is considered a noxious weed and can frequently be spotted sprouting in vacant lots and fields around the Mid-Columbia. The weed can be also be troublesome for agriculture by reducing yields in grain fields, according to Wikipedia. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Pretty purple flowers of mustard plants (weeds) cover vacant Pasco field

April 11, 2017 6:22 PM

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