a peanut source
Based on research by & strong recommendation from the university ag department I've only tried this particular variety. That company does have other varieties. I would suggest finding a variety known to thrive in your area.
I was a little shocked to see how few peanuts arrived for the cost. Was not a problem because the first crop more than broke even plus had many left over to plant the following year. After the second crop one could have a huge supply of seeds if desired. They grow well here. No effort after planting & that is about as easy as planting can be. Bugs & disease don't seem to be an issue.
This year I dug up & flipped over a row of lawn sod. Hard clay soil underneath. Planted peanuts & oats together. Both grew. Oats were short but produced some oats. Peanuts are still growing strong. This fall I will harvest them & add organics to the soil. Will plant daikon or other tillage radishes over winter. Then potatoes next spring. Work in some more organics when harvesting those. Less lawn & more garden with minimum effort.
I found a few interesting peanut websites a few years ago. Lost the links in the great computer crash of 2016. Mother Earth News did have some basic info. From my limited peanut experience (4th year) there is no need for any fancy technical info if they grow in your area. Poke a hole in the ground & drop a seed in. Cover. Walk away until fall harvesting. I think it's that simple unless for a commercial operation.