Caliente Mustard

By: Seed And Field Services  06-Dec-2011

Caliente Brand Mustard 199

Produces excellent biomass with the highest "biofumigation" potential of any mustard available. Contains ISCI 99, which has the highest glucosinolate level of any commercial variety. Excellent disease, weed and nematode suppression in many crops. Responds to good fertility and management. Seeding rate 10-12 kg/ha

Nemat/Caliente 199

ARUGULA MUSTARD BLEND - Arugula /mustard blend that was designed for high biomass production and improved nematode surpression, especially in IPM programs combined with chemical nematicides. Shows excellent disease and weed suppression also. Seeding rate 7-8kg/ha.


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