peanut (Arachis hypogaea) 13 seeds

Annual herbaceous plant, erect, up to 15-70 cm tall with slightly hairy stems, branching from the base, which develops roots that such branches touch the ground.

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Annual herbaceous plant, erect, up to 15-70 cm tall with slightly hairy stems, branching from the base, which develops roots that such branches touch the ground.
Peanuts are seeded with spacing of 30 to 40 cm in separate grooves 40 to 50 cm.
Planting capacity is 3 to 5 cm placing 2 seeds in each plant.
In it requires roughly between 130 and 200 kg of seed per hectare.
Planting can be done by hand or using a drill animal or mechanical traction.


Subscriber or fertilization:

Peanuts draw such large amounts of phosphates, potassium and calcium from the soil, it is advisable to produce another crop after harvesting, before re-planting peanuts in the same field. 


Weeds:
Weeds can be another concern in peanuts plantations.
Should remove weeds at frequent intervals to avoid competition excesiLas pods are harvested by removing the entire plant floor it is until flowering begins.  


Harvest:
Possibly the most difficult phase of the peanut crop is to determine when the plant is ready for harvest.
If the producer is expected too much for all the fruits completely filled, those who first developed can overextend their maturity and start germination.
Moreover, a premature harvest results in a large proportion of fruit partially filled and have no value.
The general practice is to remove various plants at intervals along the groove, to observe that most of the pods are ripe.
Mature seeds should be pink or red.
By then they will have been taken off internally pod and testa can be easily detached.

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