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AMERIGO Phacelia

Humus formation, Protection against erosion, Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation, Flower pasture, Green manure


  • Phacelia AMERIGO, Blüte mit Insekt
  • Phacelia, Saatgut
  • Phacelia AMERIGO, Bestand in Blüte
Fine-leaved with quick initial development
  • Very fast initial development and dense growth for effective weed suppression
  • Low requirements regarding soil type and water supply
  • Valuable bee pasture
  • AMERIGO is neutral towards nematodes, suitable for sugar beet crop rotations
  • Well developed crops freeze off at low frost, Phacelia is only frost resistant during the early stage
  • Effective nitrogen conservation with active protection against wind and water erosion during winter



 General description
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---- = very low resistance/early/short, ++++ = very high resistance/late/long



Classification Bundessortenamt
Initial mass formation
Tendency to flower
Standability
Agronomic features
Weed suppression
Protection against erosion
Ground water protection / Nitrogen conservation
Humus formation
Cold- and frost resistance
Drought tolerance
Budding ability
Type of root
Rooting depth
Breeder
P.H. Petersen Saatzucht Lundsgaard GmbH
All variety descriptions have been prepared in accordance to the best of our knowledge, considering trial results and observations. A guarantee or a liability in individual cases is not possible, because the growth conditions are subject to substantial fluctuations.

Crop rotation suitability
Maize
Cereals
Oilseed rape
Sugar beets
+
Potatoes
Intensive crops
Legumes
+
Cultivation recommendations
Recommended sowing rate
Sowing depth
Fertilization
Breeder
P.H. Petersen Saatzucht Lundsgaard GmbH
All variety descriptions have been prepared in accordance to the best of our knowledge, considering trial results and observations. A guarantee or a liability in individual cases is not possible, because the growth conditions are subject to substantial fluctuations.



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