Questions tagged: peas

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Ben
Answer: Hi Ben, 5cm is the recommended spacing. 2 or 3cm either way isn’t going to make a lot of difference, but the closer together seedlings are, t...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: peas
Answered: 07:08AM, 30 Apr 2010
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paul
Answer: Dear Paul, There will be no problem in eating the pods and all – just a little extra roughage.
Answered: 11:06AM, 02 Jul 2010
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Jason
Answer: Hi Jason, soil pH of 7 should be ok. Alkalinity won’t kill peas but it may lock up nutrients in the soil. hard to diagnose without seeing the...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: peas
Answered: 10:35AM, 07 Jul 2010
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peta
Answer: Hi Peta, sounds like a combination of powdery mildew causing the fungal spots on leaves and pods and maybe caterpillars eating the outer pods. Use ...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: peas
Answered: 01:09PM, 19 Jul 2010
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Matthew
Answer: The small white spots are likely to be fungal and more than likely powdery mildew. Powdery mildew presents itself as a dusting of grey-white powde...
Answered: 11:56AM, 08 Aug 2011
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Roger
Answer: Hi Roger, If your peas are covered with a white powdery substance which is on top of the leaf, this is called powdery mildew. You can control this...
Answered: 02:04PM, 25 Nov 2011
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John
Answer: Hi John, Powdery is the right description… Your peas have a case of Powdery Mildew. Yates Lime Sulfur should do the trick: http://www.yates....
Answered: 03:49PM, 12 Nov 2014
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Frank
Answer: Broccoli and Snow Peas are great cool season crops and they will grow happily in a pot. The best thing you can do when gardening in pots is to star...
Category: Vegetables & Herbs
Tags: peas, pots, Broccoli
Answered: 09:04AM, 07 May 2015
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logan
Answer: Hi, Thank you for your enquiry. To ensure a big harvest, you must start with good soil. You will need to improve your soil by adding organic matter...
Category: Fertilising
Answered: 08:09AM, 30 Jun 2016