MUSTARD CAPPUCCINO NEMATODE SOIL CLEANER GIVE THOSE TOMATO NEMATODES A BASHING! $2.30

IT’S TIME TO CLEAN YOUR VEGGIE GARDEN BEDS! BIOFUMIGANT MUSTARD CAPPUCCINO IS A NATURAL WAY TO KILL FUNGUS AND NEMATODES THAT DAMAGE AND KILL PLANT GROWTH. PLANTING THE SEEDS, GROWING THEM, THEN DIGGING THE PLANTS UNDER THE SOIL WILL KILL OFF THE BAD GUYS THAT ATTACK YOUR PLANTS.

IF YOU HAVE PUT UP WITH THESE MONGRELS YOU WILL BE KEEN TO MAKE THEM PAY! PLANT THIS AND GIVE THEM A GOOD BASHING! PLUS IT SCARES OFF BAD INSECTS ABOVE THE SOIL TOO AND YOU CAN EAT THE BABY LEAVES!

Sick of losing your plants to fungus, wilt and nematodes, and insect pests too? This will help prepare and repair your garden beds to knock those nasties for a six!

Mustard Cappuccino is a proven fumigant crop for all gardens that grow crops – these fungus pests attack hundreds and hundreds of plant species, many of them food crops grown both commercially and in your back garden! You won’t even know what hit them, suddenly they will lose form, wilt, shrivel and die as these fungus pests damage and restrict the flow of water up and down the stems. And nematodes are just as bad!

Growing this crop then digging it in will fumigate your soil, killing off these nasty pests and adding plant matter to give your soil compost and water retentive abilities!

THESE ARE THE PLANTS THAT THIS FUNGUS ATTACKS:

The bad fungus Verticillium dahliae Kleb has a very wide host range among economically important crops and ornamental plants, native species and weeds, including both woody and herbaceous plants (Koike et al., 2000; Inderbitzin and Subbarao, 2014).

The primary economic hosts of V. dahliae include: artichoke, aubergine, bell pepper, cotton, hop, lettuce, mints (Mentha spp.), oilseed rape, olive, potato, strawberry and tomato.

– vegetable crops including artichoke, cabbage, Chinese cabbage (Brassica chinensis), chicory/endive, cucumber, garlic, horseradish, okra, perennial mint (Agastache rugosa), radish, spinach and turnip;

– various legumes including chickpea, Egyptian clover (Trifolium alexandrinum), faba bean, grain lupine (Lupinus angustifolius, L. albus), milk vetch (Astragalus adsurgens), mungbean, pea and soyabean;

Other host plants reported to be infected by V. dahliae follow:

– fruit plants including raspberry and blackberry, blackcurrant, gooseberry, black pepper (Capsicum annuum var. conicum), blueberry, melon, paprika, quince, watermelon and winter melon (Benincasa hispida).

– perennial crops including avocado, mango, absinthe (Artemisia absinthium) and cassava;

A FULL PACKET OF ABOUT 100 SEEDS, EASY TO SEE AND HANDLE.

Grow Notes
Prefers full or part sun in moist, well-draining soil.

Sow
Sow direct in Winter, early Spring, late Summer or Autumn, by broadcasting the seeds evenly and covering very thinly with soil or raking in lightly.

Keep soil moist, not wet.

Grow until the plants are budding for flowers then cut or slash them and dig the whole plant into the soil to decompose.

Germination
7-14 days at 18-20°C

Maturity
45-55 days.

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Seed Count: 100
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