Latin name: Trigonella foenum-graecum
Fenugreek can be grown intercropping, even if it gives fairly limited biomass (about 50% of that of the best legumes). It is quite easily destroyed by frost or by falling ill in winter. Fenugreek can be used as a fodder plant, but without constituting the basic ration (it is a condiment plant). Its strong smell helps repel pests and attracts wildlife beneficial to biodiversity. It is insensitive to legume diseases.
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Specificity variety Lidea