OILSEED RADISH GUIDE & TEST – Farming Simulator 22


This video will show you how to use oilseed radish, why you want to use oilseed radish, and how it compares to other methods of fertilization in game.

00:00 – Intro
0:16 – Why use Oilseed?
2:31 – Planting
3:18 – Cultivating
4:30 – Oilseed Test
7:48 – Outro

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  1. I use oilseed often when im starting a new farm or just when my funds are tight. Nearly 2k for fertilizer a lot of times is the costs of a leasing a good piece of equipment. Seed is much cheaper and last longer even with extra equipment maintenance and fuel added in for doing the oilseed. Every bit of savings counts especially for a new farm.

  2. if you do grass there are at least 5 crops in game that you can rotate with grass so that way you don't have to do that slow grass roller and when you cut you will have your first state of fertilizer, some you have to plant in the same day you harvest otherwise it won't fully grown till you have to plant your actual crop, as it takes 3 months to fully grown and don't grown on winter.

  3. I use the cultivator that can seed and can apply fertilizer. I plant oilseed radish with it straight after harvesting. Then I use the big john deer seeder that cultivates and plant the crop I want. 2 runs to apply 2 fertilizer states, cultivate and seed.

  4. I don't know if it works for something like that Brednar Subsoiler, but When I used the Slurry Distributor that is also a Cultivator on my Oilseed Radish it gave me two stares from none.
    So that way you can get two states in one pass and save on Slurry/Digestate.

  5. I swear by it. My method is to use a direct drill right after harvesting. Then I plow the oilseed under lime and fertilize with solid. Then I’ll use a non direct drill seeder or planter to plant my primary crop and by doing that I don’t get weeds.

  6. If your running with seasonal growth, you can plant oilseed after harvesting and let it sit all winter and cultivate in spring. That's what I do when I can't get my rotation quite right.


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