Field penny-cress

Thlaspi arvense

Annual, sometimes over-wintering, seed propagated weed.
Young plant forms rosettes. The fruit is almost circular, like a penny coin. Field pennycress smells like garlic when leaves are crushed .
Cotyledons: Round-to-oval, short-stemmed, smooth-edged, slightly curled tip.
Stems: Individual stems, sharply angled, branching above.
Leaves: Lower leaves an inverted oval in shape, stemmed, forming a flat rosette on the soil; upper leaves long with an arrow-shaped base, indented or large-toothed.

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