MULTIKULTI

viterra® Cover crop blend

MULTIKULTI

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… annual feast for bees and eyes

Benefits:

  • Flower blend for high biodiversity and with diverse usage
  • Forms roots in different soil layers and stabilizes the soil
  • Free of grasses for trouble-free growth control in the follower crop
  • viterra® MULTIKULTI is an effective protection against erosion and exsiccation
  • As a cover crop after WCS or cereal harvest or as border-strip green covering for maize and other crops

Blend details:

Seeds %: 18 % Berseem clover
1 % Blue lupine
5 % White mustard FORUM
10 % Linseed
2 % Oil radish ADAGIO
25 % Persian clover
32 % Phacelia ANGELIA
4 % Serradella
2 % Common vetch
1 % Sunflower
Free of crucifers: no
Free of legumes: no
Winter hardy: no

Crop rotation suitability:

+ suitable / ++ strongly recommended
Maize +
Cereals +
Oilseed rape
Sugar beets +
Potatoes
Intensive crops
Legumes

Usage:

  • Suitable for ecological focuse areas
  • Green manure
  • Humus formation
  • Protection against erosion
  • Nitrogen fixation
  • Mulch sowing
  • Pollinator attractiveness
  • Game cover

Agronomic features:

bad / early / short / low --- good / late / long / high
Weed suppression: 6
Protection against erosion: 7
Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation: 2
Humus formation: 7
Cold- and frost resistance: 5
Drought tolerance: 6

Cultivation recommendations:

Recommended sowing rate 25 kg/ha
Sowing depth 2 - 4 cm
Sowing period Early April until end of August - depending on location!
Fertilization An early fertilization to promote the initial development is recommended.
Crop protection Usually there is no plant protection required
Sowing method Drill sowing ensure high crop emergences

21.03.2018 14:58:11 // 3.00

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viterra Bestellbogen 2018-2


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Cover Cropping: A guide to varieties, blends and their benefits
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