TS7 Pea

Plant TS7 spring peas as soon as temperatures, in the top 1″ of soil, reach 40°F or frost seed to allow more time for biomass accumulation. Spring peas typically outgrow spring-planted winter peas and are often mixed with oats, barley, triticale, rye, or wheat. Green manure is an option with TS7 peas and residues will break down quickly once cut. TS7 peas can leave up to 80 lbs/ac of nitrogen if terminated mid-season or up to 30 lbs/ac of nitrogen after a pea harvest at the end of the season. Used in dryland cereal rotation to prevent saline seeps by utilizing excess soil moisture, TS7 peas are effective at breaking pest and disease cycles.

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Key Benefits

  • Attractive to Pollinators

  • Quick Growth

  • Weed Suppression

Herbicides To Avoid

Corn

Soybean

Technical Information

Erosion Control
Forage Quality
Nutrient Scavenging
Quick Growth
Soil Building
Weed Suppression
Winter Hardiness
Nitrogen Produced 30 – 80 LBS/AC
Seeding Rate LBS/AC Drilled: 25 – 50
Broadcast: N/A
Aerial: N/A
Seeding Depth 1 – 2″
Minimum Germination Temperature 41° F
Interseed Not Recommended
Seeds/LB 2,000 – 3,500

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Technical Information

Erosion Control
Forage Quality
Nutrient Scavenging
Quick Growth
Soil Building
Weed Suppression
Winter Hardiness
Nitrogen Produced 30 – 80 LBS/AC
Seeding Rate

LBS/A

Drilled: 25 – 50
Broadcast: N/A
Aerial: N/A
Seeding Depth 1 – 2″
Min. Germ. F° 41° F
Interseed Not Recommended
Seeds/LB 2,000 – 3,500