By: Doug Miller On: July 16, 2018 In: Dry Seed Treat Comments: 0

For our first blog post, we have pictures of our recent tests with Dry Seed Treat on cover crop seed.  Black mustard is a brassica that works great as a cover crop because it has very aggressive rooting character.  In the first photo, the black mustard plant on the right is treated with Dry Seed Treat.  The mustard plant on the left side of this photo is untreated. The second photo focuses on the root systems of these plants.  Clearly, the treated plant has a deeper and denser root system.  The details of the trial are posted in our June 2018 newsletter.

Treated and untreated cover crop plants

Treated and untreated cover crop roots

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