Certified Organic 2 Row Malted Barley
All credit goes to Clackamas Coot.
Barley Enzymes - amylase, arylsulphatase, β-glucosidase, cellulase, chitinase, dehydrogenase, phosphatase, protease and urease.
You can make your own DIY enzyme product for an affordable price. Just grind up the barley and top dress your plant. Application ranges from 1 T. for small plants up to 2 cups for large plants. Just apply the ground barley and water it in. Needs to be made fresh and cannot be pre-ground to preserve the enzymes. No need to sprout the seeds and risk anaerobic conditions. The malted barley has already been partially germinated and then the process has been arrested at the point of highest enzymatic levels, exactly what we want from a horticulture perspective.
We've grown this mix in our greenhouse for a few years now and it's our favorite low growing, easy maintenance mix. Contains baby blue eyes, bergamot, bishop's flower, black-eyed susan, california poppy, candytuft, cilantro, dill, dwarf cosmos, fennel gayfeather, globe gilia, indian blanket, lance-leaved coreopsis, purple prairie clover, rockcress, shasta...
Crimson Clover's vibrant red blossoms bring brilliant color to annual cover crop mixes, and does especially well with rye/triticale, as well as alone. This clover fixes 70-150 lbs of nitrogen per acre, helps control erosion, and is also beautiful when it flowers in late spring. When managed properly, it will...
A perennial that is good for a wide range of climates with strong cool weather growth. Good for grazing and has great ground covering ability and a high nitrogen fixing capability. A slow grower initially. Sow 12 pounds per acre or 6 pounds per acre if mixed with other cover...