GroundHog Radish produces more root mass than oil seed radish or mustards. This extra large root system allows GroundHog to pull Nitrogen and nutrients deep within the soil and bring them back to the surface. GroundHog Radish will scavenge other nutrients as well and can also be used for weed suppression.
Seed from August - September (earlier in the north and later in the south) at 5-10# per acre. Broadcasted, or 1/4" deep if drilled. Aerial seeding into soybeans before leaf drop. Apply 40-60 units of N for best root growth potential. GroundHog doesn't like wet spots and will winter kill with temperatures in the mid to low twenties.
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