pea varieties

Pea Profiles

Trial Data

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PEAPLANT CHARACTERISTICSDISEASE RESISTANCE
VarietyTypeApprox. Days to MaturityAverage Heat Units to MaturityAverage Node Number at First BloomPlant Height (inches)Plant TypeAverage Number of Pods Per NodeAverage Sieve SizeAverage Berries Per PodSeeds Per PoundPod ShapeFusarium (Fop)Bean Leaf Roll Virus (BLRV)Pea Enation Mosaic Virus (PEMV)Powdery Mildew (PM)
ALADDINMid Season67148513-1425Afila23.858-92300BluntHR(1)HRIRIR (1)
AUSTIN (2311)Second Early6012501222Afila23.27-82550BluntHR (1,2)HR(1)
DAKOTAFirst Early5711909/10/201622Normal23.57-82500BluntHR(1)HRHR(1)
EARLY FREEZER 680First Early5812339/10/201622Normal247-82100BluntHR(1)
FP2269First Early5711909/10/201624Afila23.97-82300BluntHR(1)HR(1)
FP2278Mid Season6915001526Afila23.67-92300BluntHR (1,2)HR(1)
GALLANTMid Season69156614-1525Afila23.58-92550BluntHR (1,2)HR(1)
GENIEMid Season70158016-1727Afila23.98-92100BluntHR(1); IR(2)HR(1)
GRUNDYMid Season70159516-1728Normal23.88-92200PointedHR (1,2)IRHR(1)
RICCOMid Season69153015-1626Afila23.78-92375PointedHR(1); IR(2)HRHR(1)
437Second Early5912401118Normal23.87-82850Blunt
522Mid Season69156014-1525Afila347-82200BluntHR(1)
390Late Season7016551524Afila32.294000BluntHR(1)
389Mid Season65146513-1425Afila32.29-103800Blunt
382Late Season70165515-1625Afila329-104000BluntHR(1)
435 NewFirst Early5712001022Afila23.58-92200BluntHR(1)
490 NewSecond Early6113801224Normal23.88-92100BluntHR(1)
555 NewMid Season72165015-1625Afila23.28-93300PointedHR(1)
518 NewMid Season66135012/13/201625Afila23.892400PointedIRHR(1)
513Mid Season6915501525Normal348-92300Blunt

KEY TO RESISTANCE ABBREVIATIONS FOR PEA

FopFusarium wilt caused by the specific races of Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. Pisi

PEMVPea enation mosaic caused by Pea eantion mosaic virus

BLRVLeaf roll caused by Bean leaf roll virus

PMPowdery mildew caused by Erysiphe pisi

HRHigh Resistance: describes plant varieties that highly restrict the growth and development of the specified pest or pathogen under normal pest or pathogen pressure when compared to susceptible varieties. Highly resistant varieties may, however, exhibit some symptoms or damage under heavy pest or pathogen pressure.

IRIntermediate Resistance: describes plant varieties that restrict the growth and development of the specified pest or pathogen, but may exhibit a greater range of symptoms or damage compared to highly resistant varieties. Intermediately resistant varieties will still show less severe symptoms or damage than susceptible plant varieties when grown under similar environmental conditions and/or pathogen pressure.

In cases where specific races or strains are not noted the variety is resistant to some, but not necessarily all known races or strains of the pathogen.

Note: All variety information presented herein is based on field and laboratory observation. Actual crop yield, quality, and level of claimed pest and pathogen resistances, are dependent upon many factors beyond our control and NO WARRANTY is made for crop yield, quality, and level of claimed pest and pathogen resistances. Since environmental conditions and local practices may affect variety characteristics and performance, we disclaim any legal responsibility for these. Read all tags and labels. They contain important conditions of sale, including limitations of warranties and remedies.