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Planting peas late tricky but worth it

Spring-planted peas are a choice crop for the kitchen gardener, but it's easy to miss the boat. Well, two boats, actually. The first one sailed this spring when the ground thawed, warmed up a bit and was finally dry enough to be worked. If you didn't get those seeds in promptly, the plants will still grow, but they will struggle increasingly as spring temperatures yield to summer ones.

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