Growing Peas

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14 Jun 20 Andre Crous (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
What types of soil do peas like
15 Jun 20 Anonymous (South Africa - Summer rainfall climate)
Soils range from very sandy to heavy clay, in the middle is loam. A good loamy soil with plenty of compost added to it will grow just about all vegetables. As long as you have a sufficient supply of nutrient and water you can grow things in anything, water, sand, pebble, soil, straw etc.
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