Where Do Peanuts Grow?


Peanuts belong to the legume family along with other pulses such as peas, beans and lentils. Peanuts grow under the ground, not on trees.
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1. Start the peanuts indoors five to eight weeks before outdoor planting time. Fill a 4-inch pot with potting soil. You can use compressed peat pots or regular plastic, your choice.
Unlike other nuts, peanuts do not grow on trees. The peanut grows on a plant which flowers above the soil but fruits below it. A farmer usually plants his peanuts in April or May.
Mainly in these eight states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia(50% North Carolina, Oklahoma, South
Peanuts are legumes, so they grow in the ground like peas and beans. If you plant an deshelled peanut, it will not grow.
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If you're wondering where peanuts grow, in the U.S. half the peanut crop was grown in Georgia. Peanuts grow on a plant that flowers above the ground, but produces the fruit (peanuts) below the ground. You can find more information here: http://www.peanutcircusclub.com/faq.htm
Peanuts are a type of plant that grows in warm climates. It is a legume that grows on the ground, like a soybean. Surprisingly, despite its name, a peanut is not even a nut at all!
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