Bristle oat LUXURIAL – Avena strigosa

Reduces the number of many parasitic nematodes

Bristle oats are a catch crop which do well on almost all soils. They are drought-tolerant and can also be used as feed. One interesting feature is their nematicidic effect on free-living nematodes such as pratylenchus and other species. This effect is comparable to permanent bare fallow land.

Sowing rate: 60-80 kg/ha
Sowing period: April to September
Sowing depth: 1-2 cm
Distance between rows: as cereals
Fertiliser: 60-65 kg N/ha

Product no.: 102101

25 kg