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Winter Pea Crop sowed

Posted by DFW_Gardener 7b (My Page) on
Wed, Sep 26, 12 at 11:28

Sowed my winter crop of Sugar Snap peas (Burpee). Last winter they did very well, hoping for more of the same this season.

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RE: Winter Pea Crop sowed

So far, pretty good germination.

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Healthy looking peas. I wouldn't thin them out if they were growing at that spacing in my garden. They look ready for something to guide them into climbing onto that mesh. I uses twiggy prunings. Free and bio degradable via the compost heap at the end of theseason.


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RE: Winter Pea Crop sowed

I like Flora's advice.

Jim


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RE: Winter Pea Crop sowed

I thinned them out, I wanted to give each one a little more room, threw down some hay mulch also.

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Already threatening to overrun my trellis.

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The harder winter wasn't kind to my peas this year.

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