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Bristle oat - Avena strigosa

Reduces many nematodes

The recently approved bristle oat variety RHINO boasts very strong mass formation in its early growth stages, leading to fast soil cover and ensuring reliable weed suppression. As a late-maturing variety, RHINO can also be used as an early catch crop. Furthermore, bristle oat is not a host plant for free-living nematodes like Pratylenchus. The combination of quick soil cover and the resulting weed suppression is highly effective at driving down nematode populations.


Bundle: 25 kg

Art.-No.: 102117

Category: Catch crops