About Peas Imported OS 10
Green peas are a garden favourite. Whether you grow English peas for shelling, or edible-podded snow and snap peas, there s nothing like the taste of fresh, sweet peas in spring.
Fresh peas picked straight from the garden are a revelation! Once you’ve tasted how sweet they really taste, you’ll never want to eat frozen peas again. Better still, growing pea plants is incredibly easy and you can achieve a good yield in a small space. In fact, you can even grow them in containers on the patio for a really space-saving crop.
|Common Name ||garden pea, field pea, spring pea|
|Height ||Up to 2 metre|
|Bloom Time ||Winters|
|Difficulty Level ||Easy|
Planting and care
- Make sure that you have well-drained, humus-rich soil
Poke in any seeds that wash out
Be sure, too, that you don t fertilize the soil too much
Though adding compost or manure to the soil won t hurt, peas don t need heavy doses of fertilizer
Water sparsely unless the plants are wilting
|Sunlight ||Full Sun, Part Sun.|
|Watering ||Water deeply once a week. Never allow the soil to dry out totally or you ll drastically reduce pea production. The critical time for watering is when the plants are blossoming and producing pods. When pods are maturing in hot weather, water daily if needed to maintain pod quality.|
|Soil ||Well-drained soil. Peas prefer a soil with a pH range of 5.8 to 7.0.|
|Temperature ||40 t0 50 degrees C|
|Fertilizer ||Peas are light feeders and don t generally require fertilizer. In fact, too much nitrogen will make the plants develop lush foliage at the expense of pod production and be more susceptible to frost damage.|
|Harvest Season ||Peas are ready to harvest in approximately 60-70 days.Harvest pods carefully. Use your fingernail to pinch off the pods or use scissors. Pick garden peas when pods are well filled but before they begin to harden or fade in color. Harvest snowpeas when the pods are young and tender and the peas inside are undeveloped. Snap peas are ready when the pods are plump, but still crisp and well colored. Pick peas every day during the harvest period.|
Peas Imported OS 10 uses
- Weight Management: Peas are low fats but lots of protein, fiber and micro-nutrients
- Blood sugar regulation: High fibre slows and protein slows down how fast sugars are digested
- Heart disease prevention:The generous amounts of vitamin B1 and folate, B2, B3, and B6 reduce homocysteine levels which are risk factor for heart disease
- Pea greens are at their best simply sauteed in a bit of olive oil or grapeseed oil
- Some browned garlic or shallots add a nice bit of sweetness, and a squirt of lemon juice at the end highlight the bright, clean flavor of pea greens
- Pea greens are also delicious added to soups, where their great leafy volume cooks down into lovely green ribbons
- Before cooking pea greens, look them over and cut or snap off any tough ends
- You can cut them up to make them easier to eat after they re cooked
Frequently Asked Questions
How tall do peas imported os 10 grow?
On average peas imported os 10 grows Up to 2 metre
How hard is peas imported os 10 to grow?
A peas imported os 10 is Easy
How much sunlight does a peas imported os 10 need?
A peas imported os 10 prefers Full Sun, Part Sun.
How much water does a peas imported os 10 need?
A peas imported os 10 prefers watering Water deeply once a week. Never allow the soil to dry out totally or you ll drastically reduce pea production. The critical time for watering is when the plants are blossoming and producing pods. When pods are maturing in hot weather, water daily if needed to maintain pod quality.
What kind of soil does a peas imported os 10 need?
Well-drained soil. Peas prefer a soil with a pH range of 5.8 to 7.0.
What temperature does a peas imported os 10 like?
How should I fertilize my peas imported os 10 ?
Peas are light feeders and don t generally require fertilizer. In fact, too much nitrogen will make the plants develop lush foliage at the expense of pod production and be more susceptible to frost damage.
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