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Peanut - Wikipedia

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The peanut, also known as the groundnut and the goober and taxonomically classified as Arachis hypogaea, is a legume crop grown mainly for its edible seeds.

The Peanut Institute - Peanut Facts

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Peanuts, along with beans and peas, belong to the single plant family, Leguminosae. Legumes are edible seeds enclosed in pods. As a group, they provide the ...

Peanuts, pistachios and other 'nuts' that aren't ... - Business Insider

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Feb 2, 2016 ... But peanuts grow in pods that mature underground and are classified ... The food that we think of as a pistachio nut, is actually the seed of the ...

Growing Peanuts at Home | Southern Exposure Seed Exchange

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Dec 23, 2010 ... When you are selecting peanut seeds for planting, it's helpful to keep in mind that there are four main types of peanuts. Virginia peanuts have ...

Peanuts Are Not Nuts - Today I Found Out

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Jun 30, 2011 ... Unlike nuts, which are grown on trees, peanuts grow underground. Peanut seeds flower above ground and then migrate underground to reach ...

Difference Between Nuts and Seeds | Difference Between

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Jun 14, 2011 ... Nuts vs Seeds When you look at this list: Almonds, cashews, flaxseeds, peanuts, pumpkin seeds, sesame seeds, walnuts and sunflower seeds ...

Is a peanut a fruit? | Reference.com

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A peanut is not a fruit. It is a legume. Legumes are plants that have edible seeds inside of a pod. Other examples of legumes are peas and...

Jumbo Virginia Peanut Seeds and Plants, Vegetable Gardening at ...

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Jumbo Virginia is a tasty peanut with 1 or 2 extra-large nuts per pod. For maximum productivity, the vines need to be frost free for 4-5 months and grow best in ...

How Peanuts Grow | National Peanut Board

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Many people are surprised to learn that peanuts grow beneath the soil and do not grow on ... Virginia peanut farmer Billy Bain readies peanut seeds for planting .

Peanuts | Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds

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Although it is best to remove the peanut seeds from the hulls, it is not necessary. Plant the seeds about 1 inch deep in warm (above 60 degrees), loose, ...