Mustard and rye are sown most often in the autumn. The timing for planting the leies grown for the winter is approximately the same: sender seeds are sown after harvesting vegetables - at the very end of summer or early autumn. Leies mustard grows until the winter itself and goes under the snow.
In the spring, it is cut with a flat-top cutter and the crop is planted at the top, which is planned as the main one. Rye should be harvested as early as autumn, before it starts to pound - paddle over the tillage node at the surface of the soil. The ground part is laid in compost or left on the site.