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After crops and winter crops

Product information

After crops are very important! Both in order to comply with national rules on green cover, and for improving soil fertility and soil nutrient level. Our after crops are either single crops, for a simple and cheap cover, or mixtures, which add agro-biodiversity and insect attraction to the topic.

QQ Ecomix Humus

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Fast growing, competes well with weeds, high legume content for humus building, no winter survival.

 

Sowing time: Until late August.

QQ Ecomix Fall

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Fast growing for a later sowing, no winter survival.

 

Sowing time: Until mid october

QQ Ecomix Wintergreen

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Wintermix, secures plant cover and N fixation over the winter, for creation of humus.

 

Sowing time: Until mid October

QQ Ecomix Legumefree

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Adapted to legume containing crop rotations. Good root building, no winter survival

 

Sowing time: Until late August

Oilseed radish, cv. Pina

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Nematode resistant (beet cyst). Fast growing.

 

Sowing time: September

White mustard, cv. Venice

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Nematode resistant (beet cyst). Fast growing.

 

Sowing time: September

Poppy, cv. Titan

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Early maturing, good yield, low morphine, 0.3%.

 

Sowing time: September - beginning of october

Faba bean, cv. Diva

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Good winter hardiness, good yield

Yellow pea, cv. Fresnel

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Good winter hardiness, good yield

Emmer, cv. Späths albjuwel

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High yield, Low diseases, good quality traits.

 

Sowing time: End september - mid october

Einkorn, cv. Monoverde

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Good yield, excellent leaf health, good processing traits

 

Sowing time: End September - beginning of october