GreenSpirit•ProtaPlus II

Intercropping mixture with triple protection

  • Tremendous humus formation
  • Triple protection against nitrogen leaching
  • Fast and reliable ground cover by Italian ryegrass
  • Italian ryegrass variety with the highest degree of nematode resistance
  • Very good dryness tolerance and minimal location requirements of common vetch
  • Also suitable for stubble crops due to fast initial development
  • Sown after harvest
  • Sown into maize crop
  • Sown into cereal crop
  • Sown into vegetable crop

Description

Mixture for the production of a high-quality basic fodder silage and for active protection against nutrient leaching.

 

Soil requirements

Well-rooted arable land locations.

 

Features

Italian ryegrass variety with the highest resistance to nematodes, minimal location requirements and very good drought tolerance, intensive and fast-growing root system, high nitrogen fixation.

 

Latest sowing date

Beginning of August to beginning of September.

Composition
Species
 
Common vetch, Crimson clover and Italian ryegrass
Specifications
Seed rate:
45 - 50 kg/ha
Sowing period:
August
Organic matter production
Nematode resistance
Root penetration in soil
Suitable for late sowing
Great germination / land cover
Frost sensitive
Cover grasses

Grasses are highly valued as cover crop, primarily because they form extensive root systems. This enables them to supply large quantities of organic matter to the soil, while their roots simultaneously improve soil structure.

Grasses are highly valued as cover crop, primarily because they form extensive root systems. This enables them to supply large quantities of organic matter to the soil, while their roots simultaneously improve soil structure.

Grasses are highly valued as cover crop, primarily because they form extensive root systems. This enables them to supply large quantities of organic matter to the soil, while their roots simultaneously improve soil structure.