Mustard is ideal for weed suppression. It performs in a mix and is an ideal companion for Rape crops. It is an annual crop that can be sown from autumn to spring, depending on the location. Mustard tolerates a wide range of climates, but it grows best in cool, moist conditions.
When grown as a specialty crop for oil, Mustard seed is harvested when they are fully mature and dry, usually about 90 to 110 days after sowing. depending on the variety and growing conditions. Mustard can also be grown as a cover crop or green manure incorporated into the soil before it goes to seed. This can help to improve soil fertility, suppress weeds, and reduce soil erosion.