Brown mustard

Brown mustard (Brassica juncea) is mainly used in subtropical or tropical areas where it can produce high amounts of biomass. This fast growing crop is well known for its high concentration of the glucosinolate sinigrin. Due to its early flowering, brown mustard is well suited when the cropping-window is small. Brown mustard is a good host plant for the most well-known nematodes such as beet cyst-, root knot- and stubby root nematodes. In our portfolio we have the variety Brons.

BROWN MUSTARD - BRASSICA JUNCEA
Sowing rate 10 kg/ha on heavy soils, 8 kg/ha on light soils
Season¹ Summer till early autumn
Sowing depth 1-2 cm
Row distance As with cereals
Fertilizer 40-60 kg40-60 kg N/ha depending on previous crop
Varieties Brons
¹Based on moderate climate zone (North-West and Central Europa)