The Sumach plant grows naturally in the Mediterranean woodlands, from the Levant region to Italy. Used in Middle Eastern cuisine. When producing the spice, the ripe fruits are crushed into a fine purple-red hue powder. In addition, you can soak the fruits until they release their flavor and use the juice. The main uses of the spice are in meat and chicken dishes, salads and on onions. Sumac is also part of the spice mixture that makes up the za'atar spice.
The sumac was used to cure several diseases, mainly those related to digestion. It was used in the past to produce dye. Another major use are the tannins produced from the plant and their use for the processing of hides.
The plant is monoecious. The flowers are small, yellow-green in color, concentrated in large inflorescences, which ripen at the end of summer.
- Select a full sunny sowing area
- Plan the amount of seeds according to 1 m² depending on the size of the area / vessel
- Number of seeds per square meter: 3-2
- Sowing depth is twice the size of the seed, 1-0.5 cm deep
- Keep soil moist until germination. (Not too wet)
- Watering once a day to once every three days (depending on the season)
- It is recommended to use compost and organic nutrients and microbes.
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|Seeds in Garden Package||15|
|Scientific Name||Rhus coriaria L.|
|Germination Period||6-14 days|
|Days till maturity||70-85|
|Sowing Depth||0.5 mm|
|Sowing Intervals||30 cm|
|Sowing Months||January, February, March, April, September, October, November, December|
Recommended to sow seeds from September-March. Germinate the seeds in cups and grow sturdy transplants before planting. Sow about 5 seeds in each cup and keep the soil moist in a sunny bright place. water at least twice a week.