Mizuna Red Streak Mustard


Mizuna Red Streak Mustard


Mizuna is one of the milder mustards that we grow but one of the more popular because of its versatility and beauty.  The baby greens make an excellent addition to fresh salads. The more mature leaves are perfect for soups.  The leaves have a great frilly look and beautiful red tints.

Grown at invincible Summer Farms, Southold, NY

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Mustard Greens

Packet sows 10 ft row. (200 seeds)

Mustard is quick growing crop. The leaves or whole plants can be harvested often in less than 40 days.  Sow for early spring greens at the last frost date, late April and into mid summer.  Mustard should be irrigated during summer growth.  Late summer plantings will flourish during cool fall into early winter.

Sow the seed in a row 20 seeds to the inch and use the thinning in a salad allowing the other plants to have more room to grow.  Seed should be covered by 1/4 inch of soil.

Mustard hotness is variety to variety and cooking will temper the heat.

Mustard seed is easy enough to save.  It is not easy to determine species and so to prevent crossing one should grow one variety to save pure seed.  Some varieties will bolt into seed the first year, otherswill have to undergo a winter vernalization to bloom.  The plump seed pods should be allowed to turn brown in the field although you can pull the plants if the pods begin to shatter or if birds begin to remove the seeds. move them onto a tarp and allow the tops to dry down.