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What causes peas growth to change color from dark green to lighter green?

I planted sugar peas from seed, now a foot high and growing quickly. The color of the growth has been a lush green. The last few days, they began to lighten in color. Is my soil lacking something? The only fertilizer I've used is "Black Kow." I live in Central Florida, in Oviedo.
asked Mar 1, 2014 by S. Conley






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Add a small amount of Milk (whole) to the soil, this will give the soil nutrients that the plants will love.  Thus for every 8 oz of water try to addf at least 1 oz of milk to the mixture, and you will do fine.
answered Jan 28 by Birdymckee (23,440 points)

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