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Do pigeon Peas grow in the north...

Posted by belgianpup Wa/Zone 7b (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 1, 11 at 14:48

... even as an annual? Do they produce?


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RE: Do pigeon Peas grow in the north...

Yes.Pl. Google to look for short season variety of pigeon seeds.Seeds have been developed to produce fruits (pigon pods) in less than 3 months.

RE: Do pigeon Peas grow in the north...

I had grown short season varity of pigeon pea couple of years before in Maryland.I am posting a pic. of such pigeon pea plant from my file.

Pic. of sPhotobuckethort season pigeon plant.

RE: Do pigeon Peas grow in the north...

I've been looking for P1 and there doesn't seem to be anything online about it except everyone saying it does what I want. But I can't find anyone who sells it. Actually, I can't find any research about it, either.

It should be called 'MPP'... the Mysterious Pigeon Pea.


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