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Austrian Winter Pea question #7489914 04/17/19 06:17 PM
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This is a simple question that I cannot find the answer to on the internet. So, I'm going straight to the experts on THF.
I planted in mid september. They are just starting to have a few purple flowers scatted. How long until I can
actually see a pea pod? This is the first year that the deer have not eaten them to the ground, so I have never
had them grow this long before.


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Depends on plant health, weather conditions, when the blooms get pollinated & when the flower drops, difficult to give a semi accurate answer.
After the flowers drop you should see a pod start forming in 3 - 10 days. Depending on the variables 10 - 21 more days to full maturity.

They have the highest ' N ' / green manure soil improvement value just at the flowering stage.

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Thank you very much.


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I wish I could plant them. Without exception, the hogs have always found them before they ever had a chance to grow.


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Me too Dan. My small 133 acre place is butt deep on hogs. Very few people around me have still have cows so not even much wheat planted. When I have planted, the hogs get to it. Hunt and/or trap them? Good luck! They breed too quickly and are smarter than I am.


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