How To Grow Peanuts Complete Guide
Peanuts are the most useful because we can create more products like oil, peanuts butter and more other food items. Let’s learn how to grow peanuts in your dream garden.
A general question by the way what is your dream garden looks like what are those 3 plants you want in your dream garden?
People are often surprised to find out that peanuts are not nuts at all. Actually, they are the seeds of a leguminous plant related to peas and beans.
How to grow Peanuts
- It’s important to select a site that receives full sun.
- Plastic row covers are recommended to protect the young plants from spring frosts.
- You will actually start with the the shells of fresh, unroasted peanuts.
- Fill a large, four-inch-deep plastic bowl ⅔ full of moist potting soil. Shell four peanuts and place them on top of the soil; then cover with one inch of soil. Plants will sprout quickly. Transplant seedlings outside.
- To plant outside, place the peanut seeds two inches deep and eight inches apart in loose, well-drained soil. (Add sand and aged compost to soil to loosen.