(Hibiscus cannabinus); Minimum 10 seeds
After several seasons unsuccessfully trialing specific kenaf cultivars, I finally decided to trial a mix of short season cultivars and am excited to finally have viable seed to offer (actual happy dance excited!)
First grown in Egypt over three centuries ago, kenaf is a versatile crop, offering homesteaders a valuable source of textile fiber, forage, oilseed, and vegatable.
Be sure to check our Digital Resources Collection for informative pdfs on kenaf.
And also check Alternative Field Crops Manual: Kenaf for more information on this worthwhile staple crop.