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1/4" Deep 4" Apart 7-10 Days 65° F Spring Full Sun pH 6.5 Beans 120-150

 

How to Grow & Harvest Fenugreek

 

When to Plant

Sow fenugreek from late spring to late summer, whenever a bed will be unused for more than eight weeks. Direct seed into your soil about 4 inches apart in all directions. 

How to Plant

You may choose to soak the seeds in tap water for 12-24 hours.   Plant your seeds in soil, rich with compost material.  Seed them densely, not in rows. The seeds will germinate in 1-3 days, and are ready to eat within just a few days, if you're looking to add nutrient dense fenugreek micro-greens to your diet. 

 

When to Harvest

Harvest the seed pods sometime in the fall.  Dry them after collection on screens and turn over into the ground as needed. 

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