Use this mustard as a condiment and for mustard making. The seeds are packed with flavour for home spices and processing. This quick growing mustard covers the ground fast and can thus be used as a green manure. It is also cold hardy. Not recommended to be grown where cabbage or other mustard family crops are cultivated. The bright, four-parted flowers make a nice bee meadow in spring.
|Quantity||Portion (56800) or 50 g (56801)|
|Family||crucifer, cabbage family|
|Seeds per gram||164.2|
Sow for mustard seed production from mid-March to mid-April. For green manure, broadcast seeds from mid-March to September. Mustard grows rapidly, makes a good ground cover, and an excellent meadow for honeybees. In the vegetable garden, it should not precede other cruciferous (Brassicaceae) vegetables.
|Sowing quantity 1500 g/Are|