Buckwheat is widely grown as a grain crop, bee pasture, soil improving cover crop and as wildlife cover. It is a warm season grain which grows rapidly during the summer and several crops per year may be had with proper management. This rapid and dense growth chokes out weeds and is used in crop-free fields in rotation with vegetables. Buckwheat is often grown to attract beneficial insects and as pasture for honey bees.
We suggest using it as a green manure cover crop, or sprout and blend to make a seed sprouted tea.
Sprout 1/2 cup buckwheat seeds then blend in blender
Add this to 5 gallons water and apply to soil.