Cajanus cajan (15) seeds (Dwarf var.)
VendorYabisi Kakaw (@yabisikakaw)
Terms and conditions
Cajanus cajan is grown as a pulse crop (crop harvested for dry seed) or eaten green as a vegetable. The grain is popularly consumed in India, Asia, and Africa. India is the largest importer and producer, where seed is sold as dhal (dry split pea).
Sow seeds 1.5 inches deep on 1 to 3 foot rows at 8 to 10 lb per acre. Drill the seed in a weed-free seedbed or transplant seedlings on 6 foot rows if grown as intercrop. Seedlings will emerge within 3 weeks, but will grow slowly, so it is important to closely manage weeds for the first 6 weeks after seedling emergence