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Growing peas in the garden can be a great thing if you have the right tools. Using the following tips and information, you will learn all about how to care for pea plants so you can have a plentiful harvest. Learn how to combat common pea problems and how to grow peas successfully. Soon you’ll be on your way to reaping the benefits of garden peas.
Companion plants for peas are simply plants that grow well with them. Perhaps they ward off pea pests, or maybe these pea plant companions add nutrients to the soil. So just which plants make good garden pea companions? This article will help.
One of the earliest crops, peas are prolific producers and generally fairly easy to grow. That said, they do have issues and one of them may be no peas inside pods. What could be the reason for no peas inside the pods? Find out in this article.
Perhaps you have noticed insects feeding on the blossoms or tiny eggs on the pea pods. The culprits are very likely pea weevils. Read more here to find out how to control these pests.
If you are low on yard space, most vegetables can be grown in containers; this includes growing peas in a container. For more information, this article will provide tips on how to grow peas in pots.
Should your pea plants yellow at the base or if you have a pea plant turning yellow and dying altogether, I’m sure you are wondering why and what can be done. Find out in this article.
When you’re looking for something a little different not only in the garden but also your salad, consider growing pea shoots. Learn more about how to grow pea shoots and the proper times for pea shoot harvesting here.
When your vining type peas begin to show growth, it is time to think about staking peas in the garden. Information for supporting pea plants can be found in this article, making your pea harvesting easier.
Have you ever thought about how to grow snow peas? Growing snow peas requires no more work than growing other varieties of peas. This article can help with getting started growing and caring for snow peas.