[Market-farming] snow peas

Beth Spaugh lists at rhomestead.com
Wed Feb 1 09:32:45 EST 2012

Transplanting peas works great. Two seeds per cell in 128s.  Let them get
about 1 1/2" tall so they don't get root bound.  I love transplants -
instant garden.  And you can set your trellis first and plant on either
side.  Even stand. Jump on weeds. A little earlier, but I am transplanting
my successions also because it just works so much better for me. 

Beth Spaugh
Rehoboth Homestead, Peru NY
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Wendell Berry

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Moore Lappe


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[mailto:market-farming-bounces at lists.ibiblio.org] On Behalf Of Etienne Goyer
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2012 8:26 PM
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Subject: Re: [Market-farming] snow peas

On 12-01-31 07:45 PM, Ron McElwain wrote:
> Any hints for getting an earlier start on snow pea production?  
> Ron McElwain

I have heard from another grower that you can transplant them.  I do
plan on transplanting Sugar Ann snap peas at two weeks age this spring
to try for myself.  If this works, that will make for some really early
peas indeed!

Etienne Goyer  -  Le Jardin du Village

"Changer le monde, une betterave à la fois"

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