Amaranthus Graecizans Seeds
The homeland is South America. The Amarant plant grows in arid regions without raining. Compared to other cultivated plants, heat is very resistant to temperature.
Even if dry weather slows its development, it can be resurrected with irrigation and rain. There is dona sensitivity. Affected by early and late frosts, the frost hazard must be planted after being thrown away. There is not much soil selectivity.
Sowing can be done with a seeder. Amarant seed is used between 100-250 gr. Seeds are thrown in the order of 15-70 cm over 2-25 cm. Seed depth should be at most 2 cm. Care should be taken to avoid running away.
The harvest is made between 75-140 days. 500 kg of product is harvested from the deer. It can also be harvested as a silage and yielded as a coarse feed crop. The silage harvest is the same as the corn.As a result of harvest, 20 ton / da yield is obtained.
Amaranth is a very important source of human nutrition due to its low calories, protein, dietary fiber and minerals. In addition, Amarath leaves contain vitamins A and C, calcium, manganese, and folate. Gluten-free, gluten-free products are used in production.
This grape alternative, which has high fiber and protein value and is consumed by mixing with other foods, is also included.