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Post  GWN on 5/13/2012, 10:12 am

Here are some pictures of problem peas. These were the first ones I planted March 25th and seemed to be doing well. until this past week.
Some of the plants are affected and some are not.
I feel like they look short of nitrogen, but I understand peas do not need much of it. They have all been watered the same.
I am going to add more mels mix to the bed because it seems to have settled down to about 4-5 inches deep.




These ones I planted April 10th and are still doing well
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Post  camprn on 5/13/2012, 10:30 am

GWN, the ones planted 4/10 look super duper! the ones you planted in March, are the seed from the same package, a different package or a different variety than the ones planted in April? Do all the ones planted in March look like this? If it were me I would consider pulling all the anemic looking ones and replant.

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Post  GWN on 5/13/2012, 10:38 am

If it were me I would consider pulling all the anemic looking ones and replant.
Good idea.
I have gone back and replanted the spots where the seeds did not germinate, to keep to the 9 plants per square.
I guess I just want to make sure they are getting all that they need.

I have used a few different varieties of peas, but have not been too diligent about keeping track Embarassed
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