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Approximately 20 seeds.
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To grow peanuts, you will actually need to start with fresh, raw, uncooked peanuts. To start inside, fill a large, four-inch-deep plastic bowl â…” full of moist potting soil.Take four peanuts and place them on top of the soil; then cover with one inch of soil. Plants will sprout quickly. Transplant seedlings outside after the threat of frost has passed.
To plant outside, place the peanut seeds two inches deep and eight inches apart in loose, well-drained soil. (Add sand and aged compost to soil to loosen.)
Groing On; When the plants are six inches high, cultivate around them to loosen the soil so that the pegs will penetrate it easily then, hill them as you would potatoes and mulch with two inches of straw or grass clippings.
Small, yellow, pea-like flowers will develop along the lower part of the stem. After the flowers fade, the ovaries will swell, start to grow toward the ground, and then push into the soil.
Peanuts are harvested before frost, when the plant yellows. Dig out the entire plant with a spading fork, carefully shake off most of the soil, and then hang to dry indoors for about a month.