Fenugreek is used as vegetables as well as pulse. The leaves and young pods are used as vegetable and the seed as condiments.
It has also some medicinal value. It prevents constipation removes indigestion stimulates the speen and is appetizing and diuretic. The leaves are quite rich in protein minerals and Vitamin C.
Choose a suitable place for planting. Choose a position in full sun and with soil that is of good to rich quality and drains well. The soil should have a pH of around 6.0-7.0 and should remain dry and warm.
Avoid cold, wet soils as these will cause fenugreek seeds to rot.
As a legume, Methi/fenugreek adds nitrogen to the soil, making it useful as a cover crop restoring nitrogen to the soil.
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