Individual species
Spring Rye (EFA) - weed suppressant , nitrogen lift & hold.

Spring Oats (EFA) - weed suppressant, allelopathic, nitrogen lift & hold

Black Oats (EFA) - weed suppressant, allelopathic, nematode control,mycorrhizal, erosion control, quick cover

Buckwheat (Non EFA) - quick soil cover, weed suppressor, nectar for pollinators and beneficial insects, topsoil loosener, rejuvenator for low-fertility soils

Linseed (Non EFA) - attract Beneficials & Pollinators, deep rooted, organic manuerer, mycorrhizal

White Mustard (EFA) - weed suppressant, high glucosinilates giving biocidal effects against weeds and pests. Reduces BCN’s.

Brown Mustard (EFA) - weed suppressant, high glucosinilates giving biocidal effects against weeds and pests. Reduces BCN’s. fast establishing

Mustard Ethiopian (EFA) - weed suppressant, high glucosinilates giving biocidal effects against weeds and pests. Reduces BCN’s.
Oil/Fodder Radish (EFA) - soil conditioner, weed suppressant and reduces BCN’s

Phacelia (EFA) - excellent disease break crop, insect attractant, hover flies eat aphids, breaks down quickly for C,P,K and Mg

Vetch (EFA) - excellent nitrogen fixer especially if drilled early, very compatible with rye and oats

Stubble Turnip (EFA) - nitrogen lift & hold, soil conditioner, but would need ploughing in prior to drilling

Red Clover(Non EFA) - great nitrogen fixer but needs to be drilled early.

Crimson Clover(EFA) - rapid growing annual, deep tap root with some nitrogen fixing. Not frost hardy for good degradability.

Berseem Clover (Non EFA) - Allelopathic Effect, Attract Beneficials & Pollinators, Weed Suppressor, Green Manure, Nitrogen Production.

OTHER SPECIES AVAILABLE ON REQUEST
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