Growing Sweet Peas - Knowledgebase Question

Evansville, WY
Question by cherryjette
April 12, 2000
I have been trying to grow sweet peas for several seasons now. Our soil is sandy and our water has a high alkali content. I have tried several varieties, but I can't even get them to sprout out of the ground. I have even brought in rich black dirt from the mountain and still have had no luck. What can be done?


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Answer from NGA
April 12, 2000

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the plant by providing nitrogen, and the peas "pay back" the bacterium with carbohydrates. You can purchase seed innoculants from Peaceful Valley Farm Supply in Grass Valley, California: http://www.groworganic.com

I hope this helps! the plant by providing nitrogen, and the peas "pay back" the bacterium with carbohydrates. You can purchase seed innoculants from Peaceful Valley Farm Supply in Grass Valley, California: http://www.groworganic.com

I hope this helps!

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