Growing Peas

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12 Aug 20 Meredith Wardlaw (Australia - temperate climate)
Hi, I'm having trouble with peas planted and not germinating.
13 Aug 20 Anonymous (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Make sure you have viable seeds, buy only as you need them, like each year. Dig your soil over and wet it. The next day plant your seeds and give a very light watering. DO NOT WATER AGAIN FOR 4-5 DAYS then only a light watering. Too much watering will rot them. This applies to most bigger seeds, beans, corn, zucchini, pumpkin etc.
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