Producers around the world face a number of challenges with the pea crop. Whilst regional differences in climate, soil and weather patterns mean that lessons in one region are not immediately transferable to another, the approaches taken in New Zealand, where there are some significant similarities to the UK may provide thoughtful growers with ideas for their own consideration.
The link below covers topics such as site selection, crop establishment, crop rotation and disease management as well as general crop husbandry and post-harvest issues. All from the perspective of growers in New Zealand.”
Please click here to view New Zealand Pea growing guide.