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TRIDENT is an excellent oil radish variety with three nematode resistances: Heterodera schachtii (category 2), Meloidogyne chitwoodi and Meloidogyne hapla. Therefore, TRIDENT is a good choice for nematode control in intensive crop rotations with sugar beets, potatoes and vegetables. The variety shows a fast development at the beginning, which leads to good weed suppression. Deep rooting and lower tendency for flowering are other good arguments for TRIDENT

  • Resistances: Heterodera schachtii (cat. 2); Meloidogyne chitwoodi and hapla
  • Nematode control in intensive crop rotations with sugar beets, potatoes and vegetables
  • Fast early growth for good weed suppression combined with a low tendency to flowering

General

Ploidy Tetraploid
Green fertilizer
Summer intercrop
Ploidy Tetraploid
Green fertilizer
Summer intercrop

Agronomic properties

Early growth development
7
strong
Early growth development
7
strong

Tends to

Flowering
3
low
Lodging
2
very low to low
Flowering
3
low
Lodging
2
very low to low

Vulnerabilities

Turnip nematodes
2
very low to low

Source: Bundessortenamt (Federal Plant Variety Office, Germany) 2019 | () = Breeder rating

Turnip nematodes
2
very low to low

Source: Bundessortenamt (Federal Plant Variety Office, Germany) 2019 | () = Breeder rating

All specified informations, recommendations and representations mentioned here are made to the best of our knowledge and belief, but without guarantee of completeness or accuracy. We cannot guarantee that the properties described are repeatable. All information is provided as an aid to decision-making. Deutsche Saatveredelung AG excludes adhesion for damage or claims for damages, resulting of the use for the variety specified in this description. Mixture compositions may change if individual varieties are not available. As of 01/2021. Subject to change without notice.