Nematode Control Radish
The nematode control radish releases a biochemical from its roots that stimulates cyst nematode eggs to hatch prematurely. The nematodes then attach to the radish root but are unable to adequately feed. Because the radish does not provide the nutrition they need, the nematodes either die or do not reproduce. Nematode controlling radishes are bred to provide maximum control for a single specie of nematode.
10-12 lbs/acre drilled
15-18 lbs/acre Broadcast
Prefers well drained soils within a pH range of 6.4-7.3