Corn cockle 10g

£3.06

Common Corn cockle (Agrostemma githago) In the 19th century, it was a very common weed of wheat fields across Europe. Its sees was easily spread with the cord due to its large size it was often difficult to separate from the Corn. It has some toxicity which is a reason why this is controlled with herbicide in today's modern agriculture. For this reason it is not good to include this in a hay meadow mix. It is fairly rare now in this country as a result of farmers adopting winter wheat which is harvested before the corn cockle has set seed. Being a corn field annual it benefits for disturbed soil to germinate. Its long flowing season is in its favour and scentless blooms that can reach 1m in height.


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