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Pea Pisum sativum

How to sow pea: direct

Sun requirement for pea: Plant in Full Sun

Pea has been planted 88 times by Growstuff members.

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Predictions

Annual

living and reproducing in a single year or less

Median lifespan

13 weeks

First harvest expected

11 weeks after planting

Last harvest expected

13 weeks after planting

Height

60cm

Spread

3cm

Row Spacing

30cm

Growing Degree Days

10

Companions

orange coriander french breakfast radish red d'anjou pear tangerine oat

Photos

Pea crops

Pea plantings

Peas
Peas
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2020-03-23_08-25-57
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Bed 16
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Pea harvests

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20170924_165203
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IMG_20171021_143959
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IMG_20180104_105600_1
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IMG_20180104_105551
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Pea seeds

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IMG_20180124_110255
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IMG_20180128_123716
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IMG_20180128_123714
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IMG_20191110_154947
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IMG_20191110_154941
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Sunniness

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Planted from

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Harvested for

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Varieties

snap pea

snap pea

Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon
sugarsnap pea

sugarsnap pea

Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon

Crop Map

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What people are saying about peas

How to save seeds

by shiny,

[Bean](crop)s, [pea](crop)s and [corn](crop): remove husks and allow seeds to dry out – this may take a couple of weeks, then remove casings and store. [Pumpkin](crop)s and [melon](crop)s: seeds need to be washed and set aside to dry for a week or so before storage. [Lettuce](crop), [celery...

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Bean mosaic virus?

by oakandsage,

I never have good results growing beans here (SoCal, not too far from the high desert). Few ever sprout. Those that do never grow above 4-6" high and product 1-3 podseach, if they live long enough. (Note - I use legume inoculant on most, but not all, seeds of each type of [bean](crop). I always ...

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No subject

by oakandsage,

My [raspberry](crop) are flowering! Anyone whose english [pea](crop) plants yield spherical peas must be a saint. I only get spherical peas if I miss a pod. In the evening I sit out in the garden and eat peas until there is nothing worth eating left on the plant. Then I am done until tomorrow....

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Seeds!

by oakandsage,

Yay, seeds arrived. Gonna go on a planting binge tomorrow. Especially since tomorrow is tomato day! Got: Golden [purslane](crop) [Watercress](crop) Yard long [bean](crop) Blackeye [pea](crop) Charentais [melon](crop) [Cantaloupe](crop) (Minnesota Midget) Shelling pea (I ran out) I've...

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