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The Optimum Germination Temperature for Peas

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The Optimum Germination Temperature for Peas

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Peas experience higher germination success when planted at temperatures between 50 and 77 degrees Fahrenheit. The germination process speeds up with warmer temperatures. Peas, which are cool-weather vegetables, can be planted directly in the garden as soon as the soil is workable, typically in mid to late March.

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Deborah Waltenburg has been a freelance writer since 2002. In addition to her work for Demand Studios, Waltenburg has written for websites such as Freelance Writerville and Constant Content, and has worked as a ghostwriter for travel/tourism websites and numerous financial/debt reduction blogs.