Phacelia is very adaptable to a wide range of soil types and pH. It scavenges for nitrogen and calcium and will slowly return those elements to the soil through the large organic matter production.
Phacelia germinates quickly and establishes rapidly. It can handle warm temperatures, but will winterkill at temperatures below 20 degrees F. Sow no deeper than 1/4 inch, using 3-5 pounds of seed per acre.
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