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How to Grow Tuvar Toor (Pigeon Peas) Home Garden Video | Bhavna’s Kitchen

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How to Grow Tuvar Toor (Pigeon Peas) Home Garden Video | Bhavna’s Kitchen

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How to Plant Pigeon Pea
Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajon) is a perennial plant that extends up to 10 feet at maturity. The plant has edible beans that are popular in the West Indies. Pigeon pea grows well in most climates and requires very little maintenance in moist, nutrient-rich soil. The pigeon pea has an average life span of five years and grows best in US Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 9 to 15. Planting should take place in late spring, after the last frost or early summer.
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1.Dig a hole 6 to 8 inches deep. The soil can be of any variety, ranging from sandy to clay, as long as the pH level is between 5.0 to 7.0. For best results, dig the hole in an area that has access to full or partial sunlight.
2.Plant one pigeon pea seed into the hole. Cover the seed with soil. Avoid putting too much soil on top of the seed; use just enough to conceal the seed.
3.Plant the rest of your pigeon pea seeds in individual shallow holes, leaving at least 6 inches between each hole. If planting more than one row, space each row at least 35 centimeters apart.
4.Add an all-purpose fertilizer on top of each planting. The fertilizer must have balanced amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
5.Water each planting slowly and deeply on the first day of planting.
6.Water once per week after the first day to keep the soil moist. Fertilize the plantings once per month. On average, it takes two to three weeks for your seeds to germinate.

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