Typically used as a complement to grasses, brassicas are scavengers that degrade quickly. They use their tap roots to mine the soil for nutrients that would have otherwise been lost. These cool-season annuals are excellent for increasing diversity, addressing soil compaction, and suppressing the root-knot nematode. Most will winter kill with multiple days of temperatures in the teens, so timely fall planting is critical for maximizing growth.

  • Barsica

    Barsica Rape

    Most likely to survive the winter. Fast maturing, excellent for an overwintering cover crop.

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  • Bayou Kale in a field

    Bayou Kale

    A versatile variety that performs well in the summer heat and the cold of the winter.

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