Austrian winter pea


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Noun1.Austrian winter pea - variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forageAustrian winter pea - variety of pea plant native to the Mediterranean region and North Africa and widely grown especially for forage
field pea - coarse small-seeded pea often used as food when young and tender
pea plant, pea - a leguminous plant of the genus Pisum with small white flowers and long green pods containing edible green seeds
field pea - seed of the field pea plant
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It contains Austrian Winter Pea, Buckwheat, Dwarf Essex Rape, and Mammoth Red Clover.
System 1 used Austrian winter pea as a green manure cover crop and no N-fertilizer, while System 2 had no cover crop and inorganic N-fertilizers were used.
These "kill" plots most often are cool-season annuals (winter-hardy oats, winter wheat, rye, triticale, Austrian winter peas, rape, turnips, etc.
Popular cover crops include buckwheat, clover, Austrian winter peas, vetch, and rye.
Non-perennial legumes: hairy vetch, Austrian winter peas, field peas, forage soybeans, and crimson clover or any annual clover
For the ultimate in attraction, nutrition and persistence from fall into late winter and spring, mix oats with cool-season legumes, such as highly palatable Austrian winter peas and red or white clovers at 60/20/20-lbs ratio per acre (60 lbs wheat.
Austrian winter peas produced the most above-ground dry matter and nitrogen in the dry matter [130 kg/ha (116 lb/a)], but also reduced wheat yield by 400 kg/ha (360 lb/a) for the earliest termination date (late May) and at least 1050 kg/ha (940 lb/a) for the latest termination date (July to early August).
I learned about Austrian winter peas by reading your article "Salads All Winter?
Daikon radishes have been added to the mix, which includes Austrian winter peas and winter wheat for a blend that holds up well even in small plots.