PVFS Winter Edible Cover Crop Mix - Seed (Lb) - SCM900

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Nitrogen Fixer and Edible Crop

High bio-mass production, good nitrogen producer and edible beans and peas!

  • Application Rate: 2-4 lb/1000 sq ft or 80-120 lb /acre
  • Inoculant: Pea Vetch or Garden Combination Inoculant
  • Germination: 5-10 Days
  • Plant Height: 3-4'
  • Uses: Nitrogen fixing, green manure, edible peas and beans, weed cometition
  • Facts to Note: Plant in Fall in milder climates to mature in early Spring. Plant in Spring in colder climates. Harvest edible peas and small seeded fava beans while building up the soil. Harvest peas and then till in cover crop.

Contains: Small seeded Fava Beans (Bell Beans), Biomaster Peas, Yellow Peas, and Sugar Snap Peas.

  • Item Model Number: SCM900
  • Shipping Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 1.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds

Customer Reviews

Very productive

My shin zhu enjoyed snacking on the sweet peas.. Will definitely get this every year!

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Wonderful Covercrop

Peas were delicious and added a great amount of nitrogen to my garden.

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