You don't have to spend a lot of money growing pea sprouts either, and chances are there items lying around your home or garden shed that you can use — seed trays, potting mix, and so on. It's easier to just sow a few extra plants. Pea sprouts are great for small spaces - they grow quickly, taste delicious, and are rich in vitamins C, A, and protein. Sow about 1 inch (2.5 cm).
shoots are mainly bred from the pea species Pisum sativum, in particular the varietal groups Arvense, Saccharatu or Macrocarpon, which are known as field pea, snow pea or sugar pea.
How often can you harvest pea sprouts?
These types contain a toxin called lathyrogen, which causes a condition called lathyrism with side effects that can include paralysis, hyperesthesia, and paresthesia if the peas or their urges are consumed over a long period of time. As a rule of thumb, snow pea shoots can reach a height of between 3 and 4 inches (8 to 10 cm). Your first pea shoots of the season are the pruned growth points as well as a pair of leaves that have been cut to encourage branching. It has become increasingly popular with gardeners in recent years and is very suitable for growing snow pea shoots.