Green Peas Seeds
Green Peas Seeds are very popular in the kitchen Green peas can be cooked in various ways. They’re a part of the legume family and have a very high protein content along with a unique assortment of health-protective phytonutrients.
Green peas are used to create plant protein due to their high protein content and added nutrients that give value to the plant protein powder. They have been a part of the human diet for many years. Because green peas are easy to grow if you can provide them with rich soil and water in abundance. They are versatile veggies that can be had raw or cooked, with other vegetables.
Most greeny vegetable seeds are coriander, you can easily add coriander to your daily recipe. Coriander is best planted straightforwardly in pots instead of developing them in seed plates and afterward relocating the sprouts. You can develop coriander in full sun and all around depleted soil with a pH of 6.2 to 6.8. Plant the coriander seeds about half to one inch somewhere down in the dirt. Spread the seeds at a hole of around 6 inches.
How to Plant & Grow
- Soak: Green Peas Seeds have to soak overnight for increasing the germination rate.
- Germination place: You can use a tray for sowing those seeds. At the beginning of germination. But after they reach 2-3 inches long, it’s are better put in big pots.
- Soil type: Light soil is most preferable for sowing but it can be sown into light sandy soil to clay soil. And while sowing use the mixture of cocopeat, organic fertilizer with soil. Green Peas Seeds increase the nutrients of the soil.
- Temperature: Green Peas Seeds are a hard seed for that it needs sunny weather and the temperature near around 15-25°C.
- Germination time: After sowing Green Peas Seeds requires 2 weeks to sprout.
- Season: All the season is good for sowing This Seeds but winter is the best season to grow them.
- Watering: While germinating you have to water it regularly but do not overwater. water should not stand on the seedling tray.