Answer: Peas can grow anywhere in the US, but only during certain times of the year. They need cool temperatures, but they will die off with a frost. This means that fall and spring are the normal growing seasons for peas. However, in some parts of the US with mild winters, peas will grow during that time period as well. If you can protect peas from the first frost with a rowe cover, they can last as long as the temperature begins to rise again.
Answer: From what I have learned today, you should get 13-17 quarts from a bushel.Check out these links:http://web.extension.uiuc.edu/regions/srd/nutrition/ToMarket_2009.pdfhttp://www.unc.edu/~rowlett/units/scales/bushels.html
Answer: Most of the peas in the world grow in Europe. There are many across Asia and South America. Not many grow in Africa but some countries in Africa are lucky to have peas growing there. There are also a few in the South of Australia and North America. but this is a pretty stuiped answer.
Answer: Ways to tell if a chicken is male or female:
* If the chicken crows it is a male * If the chicken lays eggs it is female * Male chickens usually have large combs on their heads * Female chickens have rounded tail feathers * Male chickens have pointed tail feathers
Answer: One ounce of green peas (cooked without salt) contains 4% of your RDA for vitamin A, 7% vitamin C, 1% calcium, and 2% iron. There are also 2 grams of fiber, 2 grams of sugar, and 2 grams of protein.