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  1. 0720070 (Treated)

    Semi-leafless afila vine type has excellent stand-ability even after it sets loads of double 5.25" pods. Exceptional yields with a beautiful dark color make for a wonderful market competitor.
  2. 0720007U (Untreated)

    The dominant variety of Southern peas across the country. The vines are upright to semi‐spreading, medium coarse stem and branches, medium foliage and fair drought resistance. Early maturing, pods 6‐8" long and seed medium to large. A favor...
  3. 0720055U (Untreated)

    A longtime favorite for Southern growers. Semi‐vining type with good yields and consistent performance.
  4. 0720071U (Untreated)

    One of only a handful of yellow podded peas known to exist and boasts a long harvest window. Use the young pods raw, steamed or for stir-fries. Seeds are tan, speckled with purple and can be used dried for soups.
  5. 0720004 (Treated)

    Bright green pods are narrow and pointed with high yields on compact plants.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ep Fop PEMV

  6. 0720022U (Untreated)

    Pods shell easily. High yielding, disease tolerant, purplehull brown crowder.
  7. 0720009U (Untreated)

    Large seeded brown crowder with pale silvery pods at green shell stage. 6-6.5" pods.
  8. 0720009 (Treated)

    Large seeded brown crowder with pale silvery pods at green shell stage. 6-6.5" pods.
  9. 0720035 (Treated)
    • AAS Winner

    AAS Winner! Consistently large pods which are easier to shell. Plants need vertical support.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ep Fop

  10. 0720012 (Treated)

    Snow pea with mild, sweet flavor. Smooth pod. High yielding.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ep Fop PEMV

  11. 0720008U (Untreated)

    Semi erect vine with a lavender flower. Pods are above the foliage, about 18cm long, and are purplish‐green at green shell maturity turning purple when dry. The seed is green at fresh market maturity turning to creamy white at the dry stage a...
  12. 0720061 (Treated)

    Larger plants with a very sweet and fleshy pod wall. Good eating quality with strong disease resistance.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ep Fop

  13. 0720002 (Treated)

    Dark green pods are pointed and slightly curved. Standard, early market variety.
  14. 0720045 (Treated)

    Fresh market blackeye pea variety. Compact vines, machine harvest. Bright seed color.
  15. 0720069U (Untreated)

    Bush type plants produce good yields of cream cowpeas. Thrives in hotter, Southern weather.
  16. New
    0720075 (Treated)

    Widely adapted, stress tolerant with consistent performance and yield. High pod quality.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ep

  17. 0720039 (Treated)

    Very sweet, stringless pods. Short stakes or ground culture.

    Disease Resistant Codes Ep

  18. 0720064 (Treated)

    Heavy yielding variety with extra-large, stringless pods. Vigorous plants keep yielding for multiple picks. Better flavor and better color than PLS 141.
  19. 0720076U (Untreated)

    High bushy plant habit with dark green leaves and a dull luster with white flowers. Pods are about 5” long and 0.34” wide. Pods are greatly curved and have slight constrictions, are green at maturity and dark straw colored at dry stage. Test...
  20. 0720066U (Untreated)

    Tall, upright, bush plants are drought tolerant and produce pods with cream-colored peas, and an orange eye.
  21. New
    0720062U (Untreated)

    High yielding bush type. Pods concentrated high on plants.
  22. 0720049U (Untreated)

    Replaces Mississippi Purple. Top Pick Brown Crowder has a brighter red/pink pod compared to the dark purple pod of Mississippi Purple. Seed size and color are similiar in both varieties.
  23. 0720065U (Untreated)

    Upright bush-type plants with pods concentrated at the top of the plant. Early maturing, high yielding, and easy to shell. Good vines and disease resistance.
  24. 0720048U (Untreated)

    Upright bush type with pod placement clustered at top for easy picking. Pale purple color on pods when ready to pick. High yield potential. Good virus and disease tolerance.
  25. 0720040 (Treated)

    Attractive, large pods are nicely shaped.

    Disease Resistant Codes Fop

  26. 0720073U (Untreated)

    Semi erect plant with white flowers. Pods are 6‐7” long with 16 seeds per pod. Pod color at maturity is green turning light purple. At dry stage they are dark straw colored. Seed shape is ovate with a wrinkled seed coat. Seed color is cream ...
  27. New
    0720059 (Treated)

    Large creamy white seeds in a green pod. Plants are low and bushy. Easy shelling pea with high yields and delicious flavor.

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