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Got something sharing the space with my potatoes. 5 ft tall bug stem tiny yellow flowers leaves seradet and taste like spicy radish ?
 
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Location and picture are probably necessary for an ID. No stomach ache? Probably edible
 
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maybe it is a wild self seeded radish mix..i have planted edible podding radishes this year and they have a pod like a pea that has a spicey radish flavor..flowers however are white
 
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A yellow flower is more likely to be a mustard, radishes have white flowers, I believe.
 
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