The Q&A Archives: Role of Hairy Indigo

Question: I have read that hairy indigo helps in the control of nematodes. Is that true?

Answer: Hairy Indigo is a legume-type cover crop that helps fix nitrogen in the soil and helps suppress nematodes in the soil. Here's an internet site loaded with useful information on the subject:

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