Peas, Windham Winter Peas
For quantities over 500 lbs. (more than 10 bags of 50 pounds) please contact us by Phone at 800 253 7346 or click here for a price quote and delivery options.
Windham winter pea have been recently developed for exceptionally good winter hardiness and it is known for being highly palatable to livestock as a winter forage. It's advantages are availability, fast germination and good biomass addition to soil. Winter pea can be planted in fall as a cover crop or in the spring for forage and contributes heavily to biomass when terminated. The winter pea provides good weed suppression and is cost effective. Seed should be planted about 3/4- to 1 inch deep after the threat of frost has passed. Plant in fall at least 60 days before first frost. Winter pea will go dormant over winter a bolt in the spring with warmer temperatures. This is the period of nitrogen production so let growth occur. Terminate by rolling, mowing or chopping before flowering. Great forage crop
Plant at 40 lbs per acre