How Wild Mustard Could Be Used to Power Farms and Transit

East Bay Express | September 10, 2008
In California's wine country, early spring paints the vineyards and fields with the chrome yellow of wild mustard. Its spicy leaves perk up a salad and infuse vinegar with a kick -- and oil from its seeds may soon power the buses of Monterey-Salinas Transit (MST).

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