Sow seeds ¼ inches deep in a good potting mix or soil in the desired spot or container
Leave 2 inches of space for each plant while sowing seeds.
They’ll sprout quickly, and you’ll see seedlings just within 2-5 days.
Do regular watering to keep the soil slightly moist.
Maintain constant moisture level in the soil
Care not to over-water the fenugreek plant and avoid waterlogged soil.
This will impede the growth and kill your plant.
During hot / dry seasons, the plants should be irrigated twice a day.
Plants will die with the soil becomes dry for long time.
Fenugreek does not require a lot of fertilizer.
At the time of planting, you can mix manure or compost or time-based fertilizer in the soil, and that will keep it growing for a few weeks.
Also, feed the plant with balanced liquid fertilizer, every other week for more robust growth.
Side dress the surface of the soil with compost to better yield
By 20-30 days fenugreek will be ready for the first harvest.
Trim the leaves gently to use as a leafy vegetable and prepare delicious recipes or air dry it to use as a herb.
Leave the twigs, which will grow up again in 15 days. You can do this up to four times.
To harvest fenugreek seeds, you will have to wait for 2-4 months, depending on the growing conditions.