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11 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, high yield
What are the cons? none
This was our first time growing cowpeas. We tried 10 types to see what we liked best. These won! Every seed came up. The plants were healthy. We ignored them for most of the season, but they grew great. Of the 10 types, we harvested the most of these, and they were wonderful when cooked. Without a doubt these will be in our garden every year. Low maintenance and high yield is a real winner!
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9 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Taste, vigor
What are the cons? Did not plant enough.
We had an extremely dry year--20" below normal rainfall. I had mulched, and the plants performed superbly. The taste was excellent! I was initially intrigued by the name, but now they are a real favorite for this bean and pea eating family! I will grow 3X as many this year!
9 out of 12 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everything
What are the cons? None really.
Excellent pea. Will buy again. I sure hope you all at Baker Creek carry them next year, cause I hate to save some for seed! You all dropped a lot of my favorite chili peppers this year. Why and sheesh, you all were the only place I could get them at!
What are the pros? Beautiful, tasty peas.
What are the cons? I need a sheller
Grew beautifully with minimal watering, no bug issues. Will be growing them here next year and have some frozen to eat on New Years Day for good luck!
15 out of 18 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Who doesn't like hog brains?
What are the cons? Smaller than your average pea
I'm not going to lie- I bought Hog Brains Cowpea seed because of the name, but their interesting look won me over in the end.
These peas are smaller than other varieties I grow. The pods contain an average of 8-10 small peas per pod.
Hog Brains have a similar look to Coat and Jacket Cowpeas. CJ produced a larger pod, and more and bigger cowpeas.