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having to wait several years for pioneer trees to take over the pasture and improve the soil before planting fruit trees).

Currently, we are trying ground cover such as pinto peanut, but it's labor
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Pinto peanut
Desmodium heterophyllum - also repels some pests, will grow in shade to a certain extent
Desmodium triflorum - also repels some pests - used in "push/pull" systems
Brazilian spinach
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is about $40(ish) per pound.
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Geoff Lawton speaks about using pinto peanut (Arachis pintoi) as a cover crop in some of his videos. Does anyone know where I can buy (or trade for) seeds for this plant? It seems like it would
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be contaminated with pesticides or chemical fertilizers so that you can also act to prevent this.

A good cover crop for tropical warm locations is pinto peanut (arachis pintoi). It spreads out quickly
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and they were eaten

Have you tried Pinto Peanut? I read a very interesting article on it from Nutri-tech Solutions in Australia

2. If you are an orchardist, dairy farmer or viticulturist and you
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of ground water cannot continue. All of Southern and middle California appears to be in trouble, and unless billions of trees are planted, the rains will not come and stay.

The Pinto Peanut sounds
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Have you tried Pinto Peanut? I read a very interesting article on it from Nutri-tech Solutions in Australia

2. If you are an orchardist, dairy farmer or viticulturist and you live in a frost-free
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, at the local feed store, or farm and ranch supply house. Pinto Peanut is a good legume that will add nitrogen to the soil and keep the ground covered, an important step to soil health. Clover
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I‘m hopefully going to be planting out a large area of new forest garden with Pinto Peanut soon and I wanted some advice as I have no experience with the plant. I’m currently spreading out large
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comfrey and pinto peanut etc.

The idea behind this is to trap heat with the stones and shelter the plants from frost, as well as trapping water in a kind of 'well', and also making it easier
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