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The peanut or peanut is a legume plant from the American continent and can be grown in a pot. In this AgroCorrn article, we are going to explain step by step how to grow a peanut plant in a pot.

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Steps to growing a peanut plant

  1. Mix the following in a pot: black soil, river sand, and compost. The substrate must be loose, well drained and with abundant nutrients for the plant to grow.
  2. Insert two or three peanut seeds – Arachis hypogaea – into the center of the pot four fingers deep.
  3. Water with special water with nutrients or take advantage of rainwater.
  4. Pull out any weeds or weeds that may grow through the pot while the plant is growing.
  5. When the leaves are yellow, it means that the plant has reached the maturity of the edible part of the fruit.
  6. To determine when to harvest, open one of the pods and check that the color inside the seed is pink or red.
  7. Then, pluck the entire plant from the pot and leave it hanging in an airy place out of the sun.
  8. When you see that the plant has completely dried, you can take the pods that contain the edible seeds.

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