PEAS, SOUTHERN OR COWPEAS Approximately 1,500 seeds per pound.
PLANTING: In late spring, till soil. Place seeds 1″ deep, 3-5″ apart in a row spacing of 30-36″.
HARVEST: Peas can be picked when still green and soft, chewable and sweet. Or you can let them dry on the plant for dried
peas, wait until pod is discolored, shriveled and pea is hard to dent with thumb nail. Check on them daily or the wind will thrash
them for you. See dry shell beans for shelling instructions. After peas are shelled, use or store in a cool dry place.
You will need 2 lbs seeds per 100′ of row or 120 pounds per acre.

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