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Mustard gas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (1109 words)
Mustard gas is a strong vesicant (a compound that causes blisters).
Mustard gas is also carcinogenic (cancer causing) and mutagenic (causing damage to DNA of exposed cells).
Mustard gas was dispersed as an aerosol in a mixture with other chemicals, giving it a yellow-brown colour and a distinctive odour.
Mustard (2093 words)
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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