Gum cumin 1g
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What are the properties of tuber cumin?
The small fist-sized fruits (30-50 dkg) are sweet and juicy. In ancient times they were seasoned with salt, pepper and vinegar oil. They are picked for stews when the tuber is at least the size of a hen's egg. This solid bulge is white in colour and sweet in taste when cut through. A little known speciality in our country. Its bright green, thin, frilly, dill-like foliage makes the low plant look airy. Sitting close to the ground is the iron, flat, fleshy, shield-shaped, whitish bulb formed from its stem, which is an excellent delicacy; the plant is fragrant, later going to seed and producing a beautiful, bright yellow inflorescence. They are a special sight when arranged side by side in a bed. Its ornamental effect is enhanced by its biological interest, as the bulbs of the plants, however the seeds fall when sown, are 90% east-west oriented. They are excellent as foreground, group or row plants. It is a must for all kinds of gardens (show gardens, school gardens, kitchen gardens, cottage gardens, hobby gardens, etc.). It is also very showy in pots and larger pots. The huge, flowering bushes of sweet cumin are extremely impressive.
Characteristics and growing requirements of tuberous cumin:
Cumin was a very popular and popular plant in ancient times.
It was very popular and popular in ancient times and was very popular in ancient times:
It is a warm-demanding plant, although it is already fairly well adapted to continental climates. Its seeds start germinating at 6-7 °C.
Light and water requirements:
Highly light-hungry. Water requirements vary greatly during the growing season. It requires a lot of water from germination to the beginning of flowering, i.e. during the intensive growth phase.
How to grow tuberous fennel?
Tuberous or Italian fennel (var. azoricum) is grown as an annual and can be sown in stages (every 10-14 days) from mid-April, allowing continuous harvesting. The last sowing date is the end of July. Tuberous fennel is very susceptible to mounding, and any adverse environmental effect will cause it to go to seed, so it is safe to grow only in autumn. Fortunately, it is not susceptible to diseases other than powdery mildew.
Grown from seedling in a covered seedling nursery in early March at 5×5 cm spacing (2.5 g/m2), plant outdoors in the second half of May. The plant can also be pre-grown in a soil cage. Sow 2 seeds per plant and leave one plant. The seedlings are planted with a seed drill, the seedlings are planted with a spade or planting spoon. Water as necessary. The roots of the seedling are placed in the soil up to the stem.
Sow 40X15 cm apart in rows or stakes.
After 80-100 (110) days the tubers are ripe for harvesting . When harvesting, cut the plant with a knife at ground level when the stem bulbs are developing. Clean, remove the excess leaves and trim the rest, making them edible and marketable. Shelf life: at 0°C it will keep for 2 months.
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