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Fenugreek is best grown on deep loamy free-draining soils in the pH range 6.0-8.0 that are not prone to waterlogging and receive 500- 650 mm of rainfall in the growing season. Being a legume it does not do well on very acid soils or those with a high aluminium concentration. It has been known to tolerate mildly saline soils. Both coriander and fenugreek should not be sown on soils that easily compact after seeding.
Most growers compare coriander and fenugreek with the returns they obtain from wheat and vetch respectively when budgetting. They also attribute some non-cash benefit in the production year to the nitrogen enhancement of the soil for following crops using fenugreek. Fenugreek growing costs are very similar to those for vetch but, again, post-harvest handling can be a significant impost depending on access to seed cleaners. Fenugreek
If, despite my advice, you decide to dig in your green manure, you might want to consider growing one that's relatively easy to dig. Alfalfa and grazing rye are hard work, while buckwheat, fenugreek, mustard (see opposite), and phacelia are easy. Any green manure will be easier to dig in (and will rot more quickly) while it is still young.
Fenugreek is susceptible to a wide range of insect pests including red legged earth mite, lucerne flea, cutworms, Heliothus, cowpea aphids, thrips and Rutherglen bugs. An active crop monitoring program must be employed over the life of the crop, particulary at seed-pod formation. Fenugreek seems to be reasonably free of disease but can suffer badly from powdery mildew (Erisiphe polyoni). Blight disease (Cercospera traversiana), Rhizoctania solani, Fusarium oxysporum (wilt) and Meloidogyne incognita ( root-rot) have also been recorded in this crop.
Fenugreek plants Fenugreek production in Australia has always relied on overseas buying because of limited demand by Australian spice companies. Australian consumption is estimated to be in the range of 150-200 t yr. fenugreek a low-return crop in the range of A 250-300 t ex farm.
Like celery with very feathery leaves. Ordinary fennel (F. vulgare) is also a perennial. Its leaves are picked for soups, sauces, and salads. The whole herb has an anise flavor. The plant will grow four to five feet tall, and the small, golden flowers appear in flat-topped clusters from July to September. A variant called Copper has charcoal-gray foliage and makes an interesting contrast to other colors in a flower bed. In folk medicine all sorts of good results have been attributed to fennel at one time or another it has been credited with sharpening the eyesight, stopping hiccups, promoting weight loss, freeing a person from loathings and acting as an aphrodisiac.
Fenugreek is sown at the same time as coriander, with 15-20 kg ha. When seeded as a green manure crop, rates as high as 40 kg ha can be required for maximum effect. Legume inoculant treatment is recommended. Wide row spacings are not an advantage unless mounding is required due to soil moisture conditions. Both coriander and fenugreek prefer weed-free, well-prepared seed beds as they grow slowly after emergence. Pre-emergence herbicides like Trifluralin are necessary in most situations.
In India, any good cook makes her own curry powders, and there are as many recipes as there are good cooks. Most curry powders contain about 25 turmeric (Cucurma domestica), 25 coriander (Coriandrum sativum) seeds, and various amounts of cumin (Cuminum cyminum) seeds, cardamoms (Elettaria cardomomum), fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) seeds, chillies (Capsicum annum), ginger (Zingerber officinale), black pepper (Piper nigrum), and dill (Anethum graveolens) seeds.
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