NAME: Iron Clay Cow Pea
SCIENTIFIC NAME: Vigna Unguiculata
COLOR: Tan - Brown Peas
PLANT SEEDS: Outdoors after frost in Spring / Summer / Fall
HARVEST: Matures: 45 Days for Forage / 95 Days for Peas
HARDINESS ZONE: Annual
PLANT HEIGHT: 2 - 3'
PLANT SPACING: 3 - 6" x 30"
LIGHT REQUIREMENTS: Sun
SOIL & WATER PREFERENCES: Average
QUANTITY: 50 Seeds
OTHER: Iron Clay Cow Peas are a popular legume grown in food plots for wildlife. Grow them alone or mixed with other forage plants. Deer, rabbit, turkey, quail, & dove will enjoy browsing their foliage or munching on their seeds which are high in protein. These fast growing legumes can be sown in the spring, summer, or in the fall in warmer climates. They are tolerant of heat & periods of drought, & being more cold hardy than many varieties will continue growing until frost strikes. Being a legume, Iron Clay Cowpeas (which, by the way, are actually a bean, not a pea) can help fix nitrogen in the soil to make it more fertile.
* We also have Blackeye Peas & Yard Long Bean seeds in our store for you! *
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Aug 2, 2021
thank you ! it's been really hard for my local deer to find food because its been so dry here in Wyoming
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