Organic Mixed Mustard Cover Crop Seed

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UPC: 910XD

When incorporated into the soil, mustards release chemical agents called glucosalinates which suppress soil-borne pathogens and pests (fungi, nematodes, and some weeds). Mustard recycles nutrients very efficiently due to its rapid growth, two- to six-foot taproot, and high biomass production. We offer two varieties grown in the Northwest: White Gold (actively suppresses weeds) and Pacific Gold (active against insects, nematodes, and fungal pathogens), as well as a mix of several varieties grown here in Central Maine and certified organic. Plant in September for late October incorporation, or in the spring as soon as you can work the soil. Mow or chop before incorporation to rupture cell walls and better release the glucosalinates. Will winterkill below 25˚F. Seed at 15-20#/acre or ½#/1000 sq. ft. Verified non-GMO. Organic seed grown in Maine.

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