I opened a peanut. it had a lot of liquid and the nut was white. Can we boil them now? We do not know when they were planted
Yes, it is quite common to use immature peanuts! These are often referred to as "pops" and are more tender this way. If you want to cure your peanuts first, then you can do that also. This article will help: https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/vegetables/peanuts/post-harvest-peanut-curing.htm
Hello. I planted ornatmental peanut from plants I puchased a the local nursery. It's been almost 1 year and the plants are still very sparse. It's an area of about 6ft x 10ft. I planted about 20 plants from 1 gallon pots. There is no foot traffic on the plants and they are in full sun. I live in South Florida in the Ft. Lauderdale area. I fertilized using palm fertilizer. I have ordered seeds and hope that this may also help. My municipality has planted many of them on street medians and they are thick and thriving. I doubt that they are getting much care. Can you please give me some ideas on how to get them to thickly cover the area? Thank you.
Peanuts, being legumes, will not appreciate extra fertilization. Soil that is too rich will not be conducive to good growth of legumes. Likely, there is too much nitrogen in your soil for them to do well. They will tolerate rich compost, but will not tolerate feeding with extra nitrogen.
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The whole peanut shell and all was buried by a squirrel from my feeders. There is 2 in each of these spots.
It's likely raw peanuts but I don't find the exact name of the peanuts in bird feeding bags. Here is how to grow them:
I was given a token thank you gift at a baby shower, which included 2 peanuts and a dirt pod. it included a card that suggested contacting you for growing instructions. Can you help?
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I would like to establish a lawn of Arachis Glabrata or ornamental peanut and cannotfind resoureces of how to do this. Do I roto till the whole lawnor dig holes to start thenew plants, etc. Would appreciate any references to helpme with this process. Thanks
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We do have a few articles that will help you to establish a peanut lawn. These will help: