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What are the best tipss for people wanting to start growing peas?
What advice do you guys that grow peas(field or chic peas) have for anyone looking to start rotating them in?
Make sure your ground temp is up planting them in cold dirt doesn’t work real good in the PNW. 120-180# per acre on seed rate. Inoculating I...More
Must do pre herbicide, I do fall application as there is not much labeled post emerge. Variety selection very important. 350,000 PLS is w...More
Seed them deep, at least an inch into moisture, and no shallower than 1.5". Inoculate, and if you haven't seeded peas before it would be a g...More
Make sure you have thistles well under control. There is absolutely no in crop control. Also some residual herbicides can ruin a crop. *****...More
The challenge with field peas is to keep them standing for harvest. Harvesting them can be difficult. Couple thing to help with that:
Well I'm in the desert of idaho. So high, dry ground is my thing. Be planted at 10in spacing.
Plant by thousand kernel weight for a good stand. Granular innocculent is a good choice on "virgin" land.
We tried 350 acres this spring. Dry land in E CO. We were not disappointed, but need to see how the wheat planted behind them responds.... ...More
Peas compliment wheat very well in my experience. You will actually see yield increases for more than one year in some cases
2.7 bpa...no fertilizer, I need to ask ****** what innoculant, I don’t remember...
That our plan next spring. Try 160 acres or so, try and get a couple more crops in before fallow
How heavy did you plant? What innoculant d...More