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Mustard seeds are small and must be planted in a moist, firm and shallow seedbed (1/2 to 1 1/2 inches deep) to ensure rapid germination and emergence.
Mustard's response to nitrogen and phosphate fertilizer is similar to that of cereal grains.
Mustard contracts are made from January through mid-May. Primary growing regions in North Dakota are north of Highway 2 and east of Highway 83 for yellow mustard, and west of Highway 83 for oriental and brown mustard.
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