Pigeon pea (Cajanus cajon) is a perennial plant that extends up to 10-feet at maturity. The plant has. Pigeon pea grows in many climates and needs very little upkeep in -rich soil. The pigeon pea grows 9 to 15 and has an average expected life of five years. Planting should take place after the last frost or early summer, in late spring.
Dig a hole 6 to 8″ deep. The soil can be of any selection, ranging from sandy to clay, provided that the pH level is between 5.0 to 7.0. For best results, dig the hole in a area that’s access to partial or complete sunlight.
Plant one pigeon pea seed to the hole. Cover the seed with soil. Avoid placing too much soil along with the seed; use sufficient to conceal the seed.
Plant the relaxation of your pigeon pea seeds in holes that are person, leaving at least 6″ between each hole. If planting area each, over one row row at least 3-5 centimeters aside.
Add an all purpose fertilizer along with every planting. The fertilizer needs to have well-balanced quantities of potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen.
Water each planting seriously and gradually on the day of planting.
Water once following the first day per week to keep the soil moist. Fertilize the plantings once-per month. On average, it requires 2-3 months for the seeds.