Sinigrin Glucosinolates (a.k.a. Allyl or 2-Propenyl) reduce pathogens and harmful nematodes.
Produces greatest volumes/tons of organic matter
Captures & recycles soil nutrients
Improves soil aeration & water penetration
Reduces wind & water erosion
Blossoms attract beneficial pollinators
Trap crop for crucifer flea beetles and cabbage aphids
Seeding & Growth
Precision: Not Recommended Drilled: 10 lb/A, 1/4" to 3/4" Broadcast: 12 lb/A Aerial: Ask a specialist for details
Kodiak: Suppresses soilborne fungal pathogens and nematodes, produces more biomass than other varieties Pacific Gold: Reduces soilborne fungal pathogens and nematodes White Gold: Suppresses weeds, produces more biomass than other varieties
Mighty Mustard® Trifecta Power Blend™️ may be used as a trap crop for some harmful nematodes, flea leaf beetles and cabbage aphids.
Mighty Mustard® is not suitable for grazing by livestock. We recommend that you do not feed Mighty Mustard® to your animals, as the glucosinolates in mustard “may irritate digestive tracts or create thyroid problems in livestock if consumed in large quantities over time” (DiTo-maso and Healy, 2007). If you have further questions, please consult your veterinarian, as we want to ensure the safety of all animals.
Before planting any cover crop, consult with your agronomist to learn how it will impact disease and pest pressure. Always check herbicide plant-back restrictions prior to planting Mighty Mustard®.