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Black-eyed peas (Vigna unguiculata unguiculata) are a Southern staple food.
Black-eyed peas are actually beans and grow much warmer than peas. Cowpea, field pea, and Southern pea are common cream-colored varieties with a black spot.
Black-eyed peas grow as 36-inch vines. Newer, 20- to 24-inch-tall determinate varieties are also available.
Black-eyed peas need well-drained, 60-degree spring soil. Best soil pH is 5.8 to 6.3. When planting, amendments aren’t needed unless the soil is poor or the pH is off.
Warm-season black-eyed peas can’t withstand frost. Too early planting causes rot. Deep roots help them withstand drought and heat. USDA hardiness zones 5 through 11 are ideal.
Black-eyed peas, a legume, fix their own nitrogen. While the plants don’t need fertilizer, they can benefit from a nitrogen-fixing soil inoculant at planting time, especially in a new garden.
Few pests and diseases threaten black-eyed peas. Cowpea curculio weevil is a threat in some areas. Mildew can be a problem, so make sure plants have enough airflow. Non-resistant varieties can be affected by fusarium root rot, rhizoctonia, and pythium. Variable-location planting reduces these risks.
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