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Produces very large crop of edible pod snow peas.  Highly disease resistant.  Plants produce a high percentage of two pods per cluster.  Vigorous 28" vines bear 4 1/2" long pods.  Peas do best in rich, light moisture retentive soil, will not thrive in water logged or very dry soil.  Sow seeds early Spring and Fall 2" apart, 2" deep in row 3' apart.  Peas do not tolerate very hot weather.  Harvest: Stingless at 4" contiuous picking of young pods encourages new pod sets.  Mildew resistance aids to permit Fall harvest.  Sweet pods freeze well.  Good source of vitamins A & C, minerals and fiber. 

Peas-Oregon Sugar Pod11

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