one packet seed ct. 200 for 1.75 Black eyed pea This heat-loving crop should be sown after all danger of frost has passed and the soil is warm. Seeds sown too early will rot before germination. Black-eyed peas are extremely drought tolerant, so excessive watering should be avoided. The crop is relatively free of pests and disease. Root-knot nematodes can be a problem, especially if crops are not rotated. As a nitrogen-fixing legume, fertilization can exclude nitrogen three weeks after germination. matt in stock

one packet seed ct. 200 for 1.75 Black eyed pea

This heat-loving crop should be planted in the summer

$1.75

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