Only available one month before planting season
Groundnut is a self-pollinating, annual, herbaceous legume. The fruit is a pod with one to five seeds that develops underground. The groundnut plant can be erect or prostrate (20–60 cm tall or more) with a well-developed taproot and many lateral roots and nitrogen fixing nodules. The first flowers appear at four to six weeks after planting and maximum flower production occurs six to ten weeks after planting.
Kg/ha - 75
Plant October - January