Why does mustard plant need to be replaced?
It’s easy to miss the mustard plant.
It’s hard to tell, because the plant grows in just about any landscape, but in this case, it looks like the shape of a bowl.
The plant was planted by an elderly woman in South Dakota in 1950.
The original seedlings were cut down in the 1970s to make way for the new construction.
Now, the plant has about 1,600 seeds, which are being harvested for fertilizer.
The farmer has said that she’ll be releasing the seeds to farmers across the country for planting in the future.