Vika, also often called seed peas, is often found growing in gardens, along roads and just in meadows. Many people unreasonably consider this plant a harmful weed, while making a significant mistake. Despite the nondescriptiveness and growth, including in littered areas, vetch is an extremely useful plant, often used in animal husbandry as an essential component of animal feed, especially for cattle.
Wiki Value and Role in Agriculture
Vika is a very ancient agricultural crop, because a number of sources indicate that it was grown in ancient Greece and Rome. The plant is not very demanding on the environmental conditions in which it grows – the only restriction for it is growth on too sandy or acidic soils. Vika is a precocious plant, a characteristic feature of which is the growth of tuberous bacteria on its rhizomes; therefore, Vika is often planted in fields with vegetable and tuber crops for their rapid growth and ripening. Plant mowing occurs at the beginning of the period of formation of green beans, despite the bitter taste, the plant is well eaten by animals. The composition of green plant mass includes a large number of useful proteins, the assimilation of which is useful for the growth and development of both young and mature animals. Vika gives an excellent harvest, which allows the use of green mass and seed beans as pet food, including those grown on an industrial scale.
Vika small and large wholesale from the manufacturer
The ExportGrain group of companies offers you to purchase plant materials for wikis and other cultivated plants for use as feed additives. It is possible to sell small and large wholesale with any payment method convenient for you – non-cash, cash or postpay after the conclusion of a formal contract for the supply and shipment of raw materials. Delivery is carried out both in Russia, Kazakhstan and neighboring countries, so, if necessary, and abroad in a convenient way for you to transport. The cargo will be accompanied by a full package of permits, allowing you not to worry about checks along the route.
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