The nematode-reducing mix for sugar beets and potato cultivation
The species richness of BetaSola ensures good soil structure and thereby differs considerably from the cultivation of a single nematoderesistant monocrop. The combination of species has a wide spectrum of activity. In this way, the various nematode-resistant oil radish varieties help to reduce beet nematodes (Heterodera schachtii) and Trichodorus. Furthermore, multi-resistant oil radish is resistant to root-knot nematodes. The mix partner bristle oat also reduces soil nematodes (Pratylenchus).
Cover crop species: Winter cover crop
Oil radish cat. 1 and 2, bristle oat, Egyptian clover, niger, common vetch
If a certain variety is unavailable it will be replaced with equivalents.
35 - 40 kg/ha
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