FENUGREEK (Field Crop)

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(Trigonella foenumgraecum)  Annual.  Attractive plant to 60cm tall with small round leaves and yellow / white flowers producing long, yellow seed pods containing seeds commonly used in cooking or dyeing.  Oval, green leaves are also used in cooking like spinach.  Indigenous to the Mediterranean & grown widely in Europe & Asia.  Plant in Spring for harvest of dry seed pods in Autumn.  

Also used as a green manure crop adding nitrogen, phosphorus & organic matter back into the soil.  Excellent for loosening heavy, clay soils & controlling weeds.  May be dug back in approx. 10 weeks after planting.  

Grows well in cool areas.  

Best sown in Autumn & Winter, and in temperate areas Spring.

Broadcast at a rate of 5-10 kg/ha or 5g/sqm.

Smaller packets are ideal for the home garden.

(GreenManureFenugr-B)

SKU GreenManureFenugr-B
Shipping Weight 0.0030kg

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