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  • Classic Biointensive Mix


    A mix of wheat, rye, vetch and tic (faba) beans. The mix that John Jeavons of Biointensive (Ecology Action) fame said gave the fastest soil building results.




  • Common Vetch


    FAMILY: Fabaceae

    GENUS: Vicia

    SPECIES: villosa

    An annual pasture, forage and grain legume, great in a vege garden as a compost crop, alone or in a mix



  • Peas & Oats


    A mix of Black Oats and peas – a great combination as a grass with a legume creates soil building synergy!



  • Perennial patch


    A mix of Sainfoin, Alfalfa, Sweet Yellow Clover, Crimson Clover and Vetch. Colourful biennial, perennial, or self seeding legumes and herbs that could make up a perennial border around your vege garden, to harvest throughout the Summer to mulch your veges, or to leave to flower to attract and feed the insects or both.




  • Wild and free


    Wild and Free for the earth, the insects, our senses, all soils and all seasons. A mix of oats, rye, vetch, blue lupins and crimson clover. Ideal as a compost/carbon crop that will build soil for the following crop, and support wider ecological health as well as bee and insect food




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