Phacelia is an annual plant of the family Boraginales, blossoming with beautiful blue inflorescences. In our country phacelia is planted in pure form specifically for bees and in the mixture with other crops as fodder and break plant. The big advantage of phacelia is its high presence and the fact that it is undemanding for soil. It has copious nectar and long blooming.
Phacelia is a perfect fodder plant for animals, nutritionally superior to many other feed mixtures.
It naturally recovers soil and environment. Phacelia is a plant, perfectly distracting caterpillars and other pests. Phacelia actively fights with various annual weeds by changing the acidity of the soil (from acidic to neutral) and its general structure.
Facelia unlike manure and fertilizers not only enriches earth with elements necessary for plant growth, but also hoes and recovers the ground, i.e. heavy clay soils turns to light, dry, air-permeable, thereby improving the quality of growth and maturation of fruits, vegetables, berries, potatoe.
Phacelia is a honey plant, seeded specifically for bees. Honey with phacelia is of white or light green color and has a delicate flavor and odor. Phacelia is highly valuable.