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Green Pea Facts
- Optiaml PH: 5.8 to 7.0
- 980-1260 PPM
- Temp: 55-70 Degrees
Grows Well With
Hydroponic Green Peas
If you choose to start growing your peas with the seed method then you will want to start planting those before placing them into your hydroponic system. To do this, simply place a seed into soil and wait a few weeks for germination to begin. Once you have one or two leafs, then its time to put it into your hydroponic system!
Once you place your little plant into your system, you can go ahead and add in your solution and feed. Now just keep an eye on it, and wait for it to grow. For Green Peas, they potentate themselves so you don’t have to worry about doing that! Which is super nice and convenient.
Aeroponic Green Peas
Aeroponics is going to be the same method as the hydroponics. Follow along with that and you’re gonna do great!
Indoor Green Peas
Growing peas inside brings a while new level to peas! You can eat the Pea straight out of the casing. It will be super crunchy and fresh.
Pruning isn’t absolutely necessary for Green Peas. Although, if you do come across a few leafs that are turning yellow or drooping lower than the other ones, then it may be time to do so.
A few pest that tend to infect green peas are fruit flies, root rot, Aphids, and gnats. You can get rid of these pest in a lot of ways. Such as spraying soapy water onto the leaves and keeping your growing area clean.
The type of diseases that commonly attack Green peas during hydroponics is mold, fungus, and algae. To prevent these from happen, keep an eye on your humanity temperature. You can use a fan or a air conditioning to keep the temp to a low.