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      Austrian Winter Pea

      Peas have good nitrogen fixation and can be sown as a cover crop after a main cereal crop, but need to be sown early post-harvest to maximise growing temperatures.

      Austrian winter peas are a type of pea which can withstand lower temperatures and produce more biomass over winter.

      ACRES Scheme 

      • For ACRES, a mixture of at least two crops from the prescribed list must be sown.
      • Austrian winter pea cover crops must remain in situ until after 1 January.

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        Sowing rate: 40-50 kg/ha

        Sowing time: Sow from mid-July up until 15 September in ACRES

        Frost tolerance: Good

        Biomass: Good if sown early in the season

        Pests & diseases: Generally not a problem