Brassica tournefortii (Asian Mustard) is a species of annual herb in the family crucifers. They have a self-supporting growth form. They are native to Algeria, Kuwait, Syria, Azerbaijan, Turkey, Tunisia, Pakistan, Cyprus, North America, Iran, Turkmenistan, Morocco, Iraq, Greece, Libya, Jordan, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Israel, Uzbekistan, Italy, and Spain. They have simple, broad leaves and loculicidal capsule fruit. Flowers are visited by Convergent Lady Beetle, Cabbage aphid, Aphid, and Say's Stink Bug. Individuals can grow to 0.51 m.
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