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Dundale Pea Microgreen Seed
Description & Nutritional Value
Often known as "field pea" or simply "Dun pea". Dundale Pea's microgreen are quick to mature 24-48" tall as a classic vining field pea that will produce all season long while restoring essential nutrients to depleted garden soils. They are a popular cool-weather cover crop, widely grown for its nitrogen-replenishing benefits and fertile, all-natural springtime "green manure". They do best when mixed with cereal grains and/or legumes; they use the other plants for support to climb on with their upward growth Heirloom Dundale pea is rich in protein-fortifying amino acids and carbohydrates and, even just a half cup serving, provides nearly 50% of daily recommended values of several essential vitamins.
How To Grow
For more traditional sowing, plant 2-3 Dundale pea seeds 1-2” deep and 2-3” apart in organically rich, well-drained garden soil in full sun, light shade in warm summer months. Heirloom Dundale pea seeds germinate in 7-14 days, thinning back to 4-6” apart in the garden once true leaves establish.
All Seeds are grown and packaged in the U.S. (Each bag is individually labeled)
All seed lots are tested for germination.
Works great with any type of sprouter.