TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Brassica napusL.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted accepted accepted
Rutabaga

Brassicaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: An occasional weed in cultivated fields and waste places and by roadsides, mostly in gravelly soil, springing up from seeds accidentally sown, or persisting after cultivation. Native of Eu.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Brassica napus (this list may be incomplete)
 Ithaca, Lighthouse Road, city dump, 12 Jul 1916, Gershoy 6513 (BH 13700);
 Ithaca, College Farm, 1914, anonymous 2376 (BH 13709);
 Near Ithaca, along roadside, 21 May 1916, Bailey (BH 13710);
 Ithaca, Ithaca Flats, east of Lighthouse Road, truck patch, 18 May 1916, Bechtel & Wiegand 6509 (BH 13703);
 Groton, waste field, 11 Sep 1918, Eames 9922 (BH 13702);
 Ithaca, College Farm, 16 Nov 1920, Eames 13534 (BH 13697);
 Ithaca, 23 Jun 1919, Eames 12086 (BH 13698);
 Ithaca, Lower Enfield Ravine, roadside, 7 Jun 1914, Eames 2379 (BH 13711);
 Dryden, Freeville, near Republic Inn, roadside, 4 Jul 1915, Eames & MacDaniels 4173 (BH 13716);
 Ithaca, Six Mile Creek, near Ferris Place bridge, ash heap, 10 Jul 1916, Gershoy 6508 (BH 13714);
 Newfield, cultivated field, 17 May 1914, Metcalf 2378 (BH 13701);
 Enfield, Enfield Center, Mr. Graham's farm, 20 May 1925, Muenscher 16148 (BH 13712);
 Ithaca, Lighthouse Road, city dump, 10 Aug 1918, Wiegand 9923 (BH 13715);
 Ithaca, Cayuga Heights, Wiegand yard, 26 May 1939, Wiegand 20017 (BH 13713);
 Ithaca, College Farm, near Forest Home, in field of millet, 27 Aug 1913, Wiegand 554 (BH 13699);

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