***NOT TO TAS, WA*** (Vigna unguiculata) Annual, fast growing, herbaceous tropical / sub-tropical legume grown for forage & green manure. Easy to grow. Tolerates sandy soils and low moisture.
Harvest for fodder approx. 70-90 days after sowing when plants are at their peak flowering time.
Broadcast at a rate of 3g / 1sqm
200 seeds / pkt
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