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Caraway Seeds

  • Brand: KNOWN-YOU
  • Quantity: About 300 seeds per package
  • Germination: 8- 12 days
  • Soil Condition: pH 6-7
  • Sowing depth:1/4 deep
  • Spacing: Plants should be 1-2 inches apart as the plant is fairly small; rows may be 6-12 inches apart.
  • Light: Full Sun
  • Watering time: Frequent
  • Fertilizing: Recommended
SKU: H-125

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Official Name: Carum carvi

General description: Caraway seeds are highly aromatic and have a distinctive mild anise flavor that adds a welcome and subtle licorice hint to many dishes. Their taste is earthy, with a hint of citrus and pepper. A frequent addition to spice cabinets, caraway seeds are actually the dried fruit of the caraway plant.

How to plant: Sow the seeds 1/2-inch deep in fall or spring.Once seed germinates, thin the caraway plant to 8 to 12 inches apart. In colder climates, mulch the roots of the plant heavily with straw or organic mulch, which will add nutrients to the soil. Germination is slow and sporadic when growing caraway seeds, and the herb may be intercropped to help prevent weeds and manage soil conditions. Very little cultivation is required in caraway growing, but adequate moisture is an important component in the first year. The foliage of caraway plants need to be kept dry during irrigation, so a drip hose is an excellent way to keep the soil moisture level up. Cut the plant back in the fall as it will die back and re-sprout in spring. Caraway has few pests or disease problems. Plant a second crop a year after the first for consistent production.Caraway growing provides you with a fresh source of spice that is adaptable and stores well. All parts of the caraway plant are edible. Harvest the leaves in the first or second years to add flavor to salads. When the plant has produced seed, dig up the taproot and use it as you would any root vegetable. The seeds are harvested when they turn a rich deep brown color. Cut the umbels off the plant and put them in a paper bag. Let them dry in an open bag for a few days and then shake the bag to remove the caraway spice.

Benefits: Caraway improves overall digestion, which tends to reduce bloating and flatulence, and help stimulate a healthy appetite. The natural probiotic effect also helps rebuild healthy intestinal flora.





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