So then, what does it take to grow some peas? Not much really. Their easy peasey...
|Add some gyppie and some B&B. Do a little dig.|
Some nicely prepared soil with some compost and a bit of blood and bone or any organic fertilizer. I sometimes add some Searle's 5 in 1, and a good dollop of gypsum. The gypsum has a two fold use as it supplies calcium and Magnesium, to help root growth and the formation of flowers, and also it helps to condition the soil I have around here. If your soil is slightly acidic you can use dolomite for the same effect on the soil while sweetening (raising the alkalinity) the soil. Peas like that more and therefore grow better.
|Choose your seeds|
|Do a little planting..|
Cheers and Peas appease me, let me grow.