Days To Maturity : 30-90
Germination Days : 3-7
Planting Depth : Barely cover
Seed Code : C
Seeds Per Packet : 4100
Spacing : Broadcast
Square Foot Coverage : 100
When To Plant : Mild winter
When To Plant : Fall
When To Plant : Summer
When To Plant : Spring
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Agricultural Mustard CAG-6910



Excellent cover crop often used in orchards and vineyards.

Suppresses weeds, nematodes, and soil diseases, cycles nutrients, increases tilth.

Also a high protein forage.

Sow any time during the growing season. It can be harvested at any stage, but preferably just after flowering. Plant mid-August for winter cover.

If broadcasting, mix seed well with 2 cups of sand or fine soil for more even coverage. Masses of yellow flowers in very early spring.

BOTANICAL NAME: Brassica sp.


Mix with soil for most even broadcast coverage. Broadcast seed fairly thickly any time during the growing season, mid-August for winter cover. Matures 5-6 weeks. It can be turned in or harvest at any stage, but preferably just after flowering starts. If flowering is advanced, some seed may have matured and sprout next year. Suppresses weeds, nematodes, and soil diseases.

GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: ALL/Matures 5-6/Harvest up to 8/Yield 180-270/Broadcast thickly


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on 06/08/14 by Davilyn Eversz in CA

 I farm Fukuoka style - I just threw them out there last August, spread a little straw on them. They came up in April I live in the high desert of CA - they are just beautiful. The bees love them, the flowers are great for salads. It produces thousands of little black mustard seeds in little pods. Very cool