Fracking Radish Cover Crop Seed (Non-GMO)

(10 customer reviews)


When ordering more than 1#, please select the 1# weight and then modify the quantity to the number of pounds you would like.

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Raphanus sativus is an annual brassica that is good for winter cattle forage that grows 18 to 24 inches above ground and below ground.

  • Broadcast at 10 lbs. per acre and .25 lbs. per 1000 square feet
  • Produces 5,000 lbs. biomass per acre and 2,000 lbs. per acre below ground
  • Minimum germination temperature is 40F
  • Hardy through Zone 7
  • Winterkills at 20F
  • Seed late August to allow 6 weeks of growth before the first frost
  • Nitrogen, Phosphorous & Potassium accumulator
  • Weed supressor
  • Bio-driller: improves soil porosity

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1#, 50#

10 reviews for Fracking Radish Cover Crop Seed (Non-GMO)

  1. Kevin L. (verified owner)

    Very pleased with the speed of delivery and the quality of the seed.

  2. Mark R. (verified owner)

    Purchase was easy. Web site is easy to Navigate. Product arrived well packaged correct and timely.

  3. Mila F. (verified owner)

    Cheap and convenient. Excellent costumer service!

  4. Ken (verified owner)

    Order was filled and delivered in a timely manner. Thanks!

  5. Robert Keller (verified owner)

    Planted large area with 2 pounds.

  6. John Acton (verified owner)


  7. Casey (verified owner)

    Very good quality seed at a great price, picked up at the store front and all the people were very friendly and helpful. I would give this product 5 stars but the seeds have just started sprouting so it is too early to say the quality of the plants.

  8. Natasha E. (verified owner)

    Love this for a winter cover crop!

  9. Beau (verified owner)

    Cover cropping

  10. Leslie McAllister

    This is a great cover crop to break up hard soils. It also turns out to be awesome chicken fodder! My chickens love the greens and if you let it go to seed it makes seed pods that the chickens love to eat. Leave the root in the ground and it will rot and add lighter material to your soil.

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