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"Perennial Peanut in the Urban Landscape"
Robert E. Rouse, Elan M. Miavitz, and Fritz M. Roka
Guide to Using Rhizomal Perennial Peanut in the Urban Landscape By Robert E. Rouse, Elan M. Miavitz, and Fritz M. Roka. Perennial peanut has recently shown promise as an ornamental groundcover due to its high resistance to drought, nematodes, and pathogens and its minimal fertilizer needs.

"The Golden Hay" by Jennie Bedsworth
(published in the November 2000 issue of The Furrow)
Southern producers say perennial peanut hay is the road to bigger profits. See what they have to say about this multipurpose, profitable forage.

"Perennial Profit" by Pam Golden
published in the September 2001 issue of Farm Progress)
Perennial peanut presents producers with a profitable crop and a wide-open hay market.

"Profitable Peanuts" by John Leidner
(published in the September 2002 issue of Farm Progress)
Perennially profitable peanuts make top-dollar hay.