TERRALIFE® - BETASOLA

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The species richness of BetaSola ensures good soil structure and thereby differs considerably from the cultivation of a single nematoderesistant monocrop. The combination of species has a wide spectrum of activity. In this way, the various nematode-resistant oil radish varieties help to reduce beet nematodes (Heterodera schachtii) and Trichodorus. Furthermore, multi-resistant oil radish is resistant to root-knot nematodes. The mix partner bristle oat also reduces soil nematodes (Pratylenchus).

  • Nematode reduction & soil protection
  • Wide action spectrum (Heterodera schachtii and Trichodorus)
  • Specially adapted to potato and beet production technology

Components

41% Legumes
Cruciferous
Bristle oat, Niger, Common vetch, Egyptian clover, Oil radish
41% Legumes
Cruciferous
Bristle oat, Niger, Common vetch, Egyptian clover, Oil radish

Crop rotations

Potatoes, Sugar beet, Cereals, Maize
Potatoes, Sugar beet, Cereals, Maize

Cultivation notes

Sowing rate 35 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing time from middle of July to end of August
Usage Summer intercrop, Winter intercrop, Green fertilization, Extensive grazing, Greening 0.3 (Germany), FAKT compliant (Germany)
Sowing rate 35 - 40 kg/ha
Sowing time from middle of July to end of August
Usage Summer intercrop, Winter intercrop, Green fertilization, Extensive grazing, Greening 0.3 (Germany), FAKT compliant (Germany)

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.