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I don't know much more about them than I could eat my weight in them if my wife didn't keep an eye on me. Are they worth trying from a survivalists standpoint? I don't even know where they do well except that ol' Jimmy C. did them in Georgia and now they're starting to become a hot crop here in Mississippi. What do they require, etc...? Thanks in advance.
 

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I can't grow them here, but I would if I could.
They require a more sandy soil than I have.

That said, I still luv all things peanutty!:D:
I stock a good supply of peanut butter and canned peanuts when they are on sale.
Oven roasted raw peanuts in the shell are my favorite wintertime snack.:thumb:
 

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All you need is some good sandy soil & the hot sun!

Here is a good video on what the plant looks like. Beginning of video is stupid. Get past that and you're good to go.

 

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Washington State University [Wazoo] is working on [or has already developed] a variety of peanuts that will grow up north.

Me, I'm allergic to the blasted things...and wouldn't you know, I love chunky, have-to-stir-till-your-arm-hurts...peanut butter.
 
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