Raphanus raphanistrum subsp. raphanistrum - Wild Radish
Wild Radish is generally more common in West Cornwall. It is locally abundant in cultivated fields and on waste ground and may also be found on sand dunes, on Cornish Hedges and on road verges. On the Isles of Scilly it is rare and occurs in bulb fields. Wild Radish has been reported from such places as Boscregan (SW32P, 1995, L.Butterfield), Reskadinnick, Camborne (SW64F, 1998, H.M.Meredith), Countybridge Quarry (SW72F, 1998, R.J.Murphy), St. Agnes (SW74J, 1997, C.N.French), Pendown (SW74P, 1998, C.N.French), St. Just-in-Roseland (SW83M, 1998, M.Tempest), Carland Moor (SW85L, 1998, I.J.Bennallick), Trelion (SW95F, 1997, I.J.Bennallick), Pentewan (SX04D, 1995, M.Atkinson), Bude Marsh (SS20C, 1998, M.Atkinson), Bake Farm (SW35J, 1997, M.Atkinson) and Saltash (SX45J, 1995, M.Atkinson).
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French, C.N., Murphy, R.J. & Atkinson, M. 1999. Flora of Cornwall. Wheal Seton Press, Camborne.