Vineyard mustard: just for looks or does it serve a purpose?

by TrevR on February 2, 2009

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Every year around this time we see a couple familiar sights in the local vineyards. First, the bright yellow mustard begins to appear between the barren rows of vines. Second, on a daily basis we see tourists wading out into the mustard, sometimes waist-deep, to snap pictures of what is truly a gorgeous sight.

With that said, today we thought we’d share a super-short, but hopefully somewhat educational, video we created about the function of vineyard mustard. Check it out and let us know what you think:

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