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Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds

Metha

60 Price inclusive of all taxes
Metha
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  • Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds
60 Price inclusive of all taxes

Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds

Metha

60 Price inclusive of all taxes

1 packet contains 400 seeds

Free Shipping on orders above Rs 200 & 3 Free Samples
Ships in 3 days
Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

SOWING TIME : October to November

PLANT CHARACTER : Light green,lanceolate in shape

LEAF CHARACTER : Thick and well branched

FLOWER COLOR : Yellow

CUTTINGS : Multiple, heavy yielder

HARVEST: 30-35 days after 1st sowing

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  • Sowing
    Distance

    PLANT TO PLANT - 9" LINE TO LINE - 6"

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    Weight

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    Shape

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  • Days to
    maturity

    30-35 Days

Cultivated in North Africa, the Middle East, Egypt, and India, Fenugreek has a long history as an ingredient in traditional medicine. The leaves are flat and spear-shaped, and radiate out from a central stem. Fenugreek is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron nd Vitamin C. The leaf is highly beneficial for treating poor liver functions and dyspepsia. It helps in controlling blood sugar levels as galactomannan, a natural soluble fiber present in Fenugreek slows down the rate of sugar absorption into the blood. It also contains amino acid responsible for inducing the production of insulin. Fenugreek is beneficial in the case of high blood levels of certain fats including cholesterol and triglycerides. It also helps in reducing menstrual discomfort and prevents colon cancer.

Fenugreek is most widely used in Indian cuisine, though it is also found in North African and Middle Eastern dishes. While the leaves smell like caramel or maple syrup, when heated, their taste is rather bitter, like burnt sugar. The ground seeds (yellow) are often used in curry powder, spices blends, dry rubs, and tea blends. Fresh leaves can be added to salads and cooked dishes. Start out with a small amount—too much can cause a bitter taste.
Growing guide for Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds

Planting instructions

Sow seeds ¼ inches deep in a good potting mix or soil.

Leave 2 inches of space between each plant while sowing seeds. They'll sprout quickly and you'll see seedlings within 2 – 4 days

Growing Requirements

watering

Make sure that the soil is evenly moist. In case of excess water, make sure it does not stay and drains away quickly.

pests

The crop might show symptoms of discoloration of vine at soil line. Leaves may wilt and fall from plant. Small soft bodied insects on underside of leaves and/or stems of plant; usually green, yellow or white in colour, leave powdery spots on leaves which expand over time. The pests that attack this crop are Aphids, Powdery Mildew, Charcoal Rot, Root Rot.

soil

Fenugreek prefers neutral soil with pH level around 6 – 7. Loamy soils are best suited for its cultivation.

spot

An area with full sun, but partial shade or even filtered sunlight will also work.

temperature

Fenugreek grows well in warm and hot climate, when temperature ranges from 10 C to 32 C (50 to 90 F ).

how to harvest

The harvesting method will vary depending on whether you're trying to get leaves or seeds from your fenugreek plant.

For leaves, cut the plant at the stem a few centimeters above the soil.

For seeds, wait for the pods on the plant to turn yellow, signalling that they've fully ripened, and harvest the seeds before the pod pops open.

Disclaimer:

The productiveness of any seed we sell is subject to your local climatic conditions*, the sowing method you adopt, and your commitment to the planting process. We give no warranty, expressed or implied, and are in no way responsible for the produce.

Please note that all our seasonal recommendations/ sowing information is as per the local climatic conditions. *For more information on the optimum conditions required for growing seeds in your region, please contact us at, hello@allthatgrows.in or Whatsapp us at, 8968675588

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  • Metha
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Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds

Metha

60

1 packet contains 400 seeds
Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds - is currently on backorder. You may still purchase now though and we'll ship as soon as more become available.
Specifications

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

SOWING TIME : October to November

PLANT CHARACTER : Light green,lanceolate in shape

LEAF CHARACTER : Thick and well branched

FLOWER COLOR : Yellow

CUTTINGS : Multiple, heavy yielder

HARVEST: 30-35 days after 1st sowing

Have a Question?
(Price inclusive of all taxes)

Seed Type : Non-Hybrid, Open Pollinated and Non-GMO

SOWING TIME : October to November

PLANT CHARACTER : Light green,lanceolate in shape

LEAF CHARACTER : Thick and well branched

FLOWER COLOR : Yellow

CUTTINGS : Multiple, heavy yielder

HARVEST: 30-35 days after 1st sowing

  • SOWING
    TIME

    N/A

  • Sowing
    Distance

    PLANT TO PLANT - 9" LINE TO LINE - 6"

  • Fruit
    Weight

    N/A

  • Fruit
    Shape

    N/A

  • Days to
    maturity

    30-35 Days

Cultivated in North Africa, the Middle East, Egypt, and India, Fenugreek has a long history as an ingredient in traditional medicine. The leaves are flat and spear-shaped, and radiate out from a central stem. Fenugreek is rich in calcium, phosphorus, iron nd Vitamin C. The leaf is highly beneficial for treating poor liver functions and dyspepsia. It helps in controlling blood sugar levels as galactomannan, a natural soluble fiber present in Fenugreek slows down the rate of sugar absorption into the blood. It also contains amino acid responsible for inducing the production of insulin. Fenugreek is beneficial in the case of high blood levels of certain fats including cholesterol and triglycerides. It also helps in reducing menstrual discomfort and prevents colon cancer.

Fenugreek is most widely used in Indian cuisine, though it is also found in North African and Middle Eastern dishes. While the leaves smell like caramel or maple syrup, when heated, their taste is rather bitter, like burnt sugar. The ground seeds (yellow) are often used in curry powder, spices blends, dry rubs, and tea blends. Fresh leaves can be added to salads and cooked dishes. Start out with a small amount—too much can cause a bitter taste.
Growing guide for Fenugreek (Metha) Seeds

Planting instructions

Sow seeds ¼ inches deep in a good potting mix or soil.

Leave 2 inches of space between each plant while sowing seeds. They'll sprout quickly and you'll see seedlings within 2 – 4 days

Growing Requirements

watering

Make sure that the soil is evenly moist. In case of excess water, make sure it does not stay and drains away quickly.

pests

The crop might show symptoms of discoloration of vine at soil line. Leaves may wilt and fall from plant. Small soft bodied insects on underside of leaves and/or stems of plant; usually green, yellow or white in colour, leave powdery spots on leaves which expand over time. The pests that attack this crop are Aphids, Powdery Mildew, Charcoal Rot, Root Rot.

soil

Fenugreek prefers neutral soil with pH level around 6 – 7. Loamy soils are best suited for its cultivation.

spot

An area with full sun, but partial shade or even filtered sunlight will also work.

temperature

Fenugreek grows well in warm and hot climate, when temperature ranges from 10 C to 32 C (50 to 90 F ).

how to harvest

The harvesting method will vary depending on whether you're trying to get leaves or seeds from your fenugreek plant.

For leaves, cut the plant at the stem a few centimeters above the soil.

For seeds, wait for the pods on the plant to turn yellow, signalling that they've fully ripened, and harvest the seeds before the pod pops open.