How to grow Hungarian grazing rye
Sow Hungarian grazing rye seed at 18g per square metre by scattering them on the surface of your soil, then rake and tamp (press) down.
You can also sow Hungarian grazing rye in rows 15cm apart.
If you are following a crop rotation system you can grow Hungarian grazing rye within any parts of the rotation.
Incorporating winter tares into your soil
Cut down or mow before flowering (look out for buds which form at the base of the plant) or when about 45cm tall, then dig in the whole plant from April. Hungarian grazing rye can inhibit germination of your next crop up to six weeks after digging in so make sure you allow plenty of time before you use the soil again.