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Austrian Field Pea - Cover Crop Seeds

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Austrian Field Peas as a field cover crop: A low-growing, viny legume which has been shown to fix over 200 pounds of nitrogen per acre per year under good conditions in Idaho. Austrian Field Pea seeds are usually sown in the fall. In the intermountain states it over-winters well in most valley locations but can winter kill during long periods of sub-zero temperature with no snow-cover. Austrian field pea seeds also be planted very early in the spring about the same time as spring wheat. Suggested field cover crop planting rate: 2 to 4 pounds per 100 square feet, 75 pounds per acre.

Austian Field Peas - Cover Crop Seeds

Latin Name: Pisium sativum
Variety: Austrian Field Pea
Other Names: Black peas
Planting Per Acre: 85 lbs
Plant Type: Annual
Hardiness Zone: 3-10
Uses: Cover Crop
Temp Preference: Warmer
Light Preference: Full Sun
Resistances: None
Benefits: Nitrogen fixer, biomass and forage producer

Austrian Field peas often require cool, moist climates. They are outstanding nitrogen fixers, sometimes returning up to 150 lbs of nitrogen per acre. Often in rotation with grains. Field Peas also produce loads of biomass adding tons of new material to enhance your soil structure. Known to use less water by holding moisture more efficiantly, notably in its early stages of life. When grown with grains like triticale or barley, the forage left behind is more substantial in quanity and nurtient quality.