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gr13
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FODDER RADISH
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    €2.70 Price per 100g: €5.39

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FODDER RADISH

gr13 (Raphanus sativus)

Annual green manure, fast growth when young. Roots will quickly and thoroughly penetrate subsoil. Particularly recommended for compacted soil conditions. Mechanically loosen soil prior to sowing.

Seed rate: 200 g/a
Beemeadow: yes
Lifespan: annnual
Positive for pollinators: Yes
Nutrient requirements: manuring not necessary

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Explanations

Bee-friendly: This plant has a good nectar or pollen supply, which is especially good for honey and wild bees, as well as other pollinating insects. There are 500 different kinds of wild bees alone. Some crops are best approached by specialists, others by generalists.