Development of biofumigant cover crops and their potential benefits
Listen to Dale Gies outline the development of high glucosinolates varieties for soilborne disease and nematode suppression.
9:25 The potential benefits of biofumigants are summarised from case studies in potatoes, beans, strawberries, pumpkins and lettuce.
15:30 Dale talks about soil structural benefits of cover crops.
Part 2 of 5 of a Green Crops and Biofumigation seminar presented by Dale Gies from High Performance Seeds Inc, Washington, USA. Seminar hosted by Serve-Ag Tasmania, February 2015 and broadcast by Soil Wealth.