Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. ‘Quickpick Pinkeye' is a pinkeye purplehull type variety that is determinate, erect, compact (reach about 20 inches), and non-vining. The pods are dark-purple and about seven to eight inches long containing nine...
This shrub is most often found near water, usually directly on the bank of a water source. * Gray-green branches; flowers in late spring; fruit white or bluish; native to Rocky Mountains from southern Oregon south.
Botanical Name: Cornus glabrata
Quantity: 0.13 lb
Common Name: Brown Dogwood, Smooth Dogwood, Western Cornel
Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. If using for Nitrogen fixation we highly recommend using a cowpea inoculant. The seeds are a typical blackeye type of Southern peas with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes.
Great for livestock forage, but should be grazed only when mature and never after a frost as it turns toxic. Uses: Erosion Control, Green Manure, Nitrogen Scavenger, No Till, Organic Matter (Biomass), Weed Suppression
In addition, SS5 saves you as much as 30% in base material costs! Some possible SS5 applications include: Underlayment to stabilize paver projects Base reinforcement for roadways, driveways, and sidewalks Structural support for retaining wall bases Choose...
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Can also be used as a dormant spray for overwintering pests. Neem oil, derived from the Neem seed, may be safely used on a wide range of plants and trees — including vegetables, herbs, roses and other flowers, fruit trees, and berry plants.
* It is also highly tolerant of urban pollution and will even grow well in inner city environments. * The seeds are eaten by a wide variety of birds. Manchurian Ash can be used as a medium height wind break for a farmstead.
Broadcast at 25 lbs. It is two to four times as large as common white clover. It is not deep rooted, and will not tolerate much drought. Uses: Bees & Beneficial Insects, Chicken Forage, Compaction Control, Deer Attractant, Erosion Control, Forage, Green...
Referred to as a “Knuckle Hull” because of the big, plump peas. Try with for maximum Nitrogen fixation. Tends to stay off the ground and cluster making for easy picking. Cowpeas are great for drying and canning.
Plants are often found in very acid soils in the wild. * Native to SE United States * Requires a light porous sandy soil in full sun. * Andropogon virginicus is a species of grass known by several common names, including broomsedge bluestem and yellowsedge...
* Scirpus atrovirens, known as common bulrush, is a grass-like, rhizomatous marginal aquatic perennial that is native to moist meadows, bogs, stream/river/lake margins, sloughs, roadside ditches and wet depressions in Eastern and Central North America.
Made from all-natural corn gluten meal, it only works on weeds before they're a problem and will not damage your valuable trees, shrubs or flower beds. Safe for transplants. Apply in spring and fall on your lawn and around flower and vegetable gardens,...
Uses: Erosion Control, Green Manure, Nitrogen Scavenger, No Till, Organic Matter (Biomass), Weed Suppression Pearl Millet is a very tall grass that can reach 15 feet. Perfect used for hay, pasture, and silage for feeding cattle, horses, goats, and other...
Can reach up to 5 feet! Uses: Erosion Control, Green Manure, Nitrogen Scavenger, No Till, Organic Matter (Biomass), Weed suppression Captures soil nutrients in the fall to release in spring when worked into the soil.
Active ingredient: Bacillus amyloliquefacens D747. Treats blight, molds, rots, spots, stem canker and mildews on fruit and nut trees, ornamentals, vegetables/tubers, lawns, houseplants and tropical plants.
* Because this species tolerates arid soils, it is grown as a windbreak, and for sand stabilization, and soil conservation. In some regions, such as the southeastern United States, it grows in the wild as an introduced and invasive species.