Relative Maturity - North
Relative Maturity - South
Eco-Till RadishView more information →
Strong taproot extends deep into the soil to provide a wide variety of benefits for next year’s crop. The thin portion of the taproot can grow to 6′ while the thicker upper portion grows to 24 inches. This taproot system reduces soil compaction, provides aeration and water infiltration and returns nutrients to the soil surface. This system helps reduce soil compaction, suppress weeds and builds organic matter.
Seeding Rate= Conventional or No-till: 8-10 lbs./ac. Broadcast: 12-15 lbs./ac.
Nemat/Caliente 199View more information →
Arugula/mustard blend for use as a nutrient crop and attractant for nematodes in IPM programs. Excellent green manure for combined nematode, disease and weed suppression. Can be seeded spring, summer and fall. The Nemat arugula is very cold tolerant, may over winter. Best results with good management, chopping, tillage and rotation. Seeding Rate: 6-8 lbs./acre
Wildflower Bee Pollinator MixView more information →
Bee pollinator mix is exclusively formulated to provide food and shelter for bees and other beneficial pollinators. Colony collapse disorder is threathening the bee population that we depend on to pollinate crops. One of the contributing causes to this serious problem is the reduction of available native plants that bees depend on for nectar and cover. Expect 3 to 4 years of blooms, after which weed competition may require additional sowing. Seeding Rate: 1 lb./2000 square feet.