Pea - Sugar Snap

Pea - Sugar Snap
Brand: Halifax Seed Company
Product Code: Sugar Snap
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Plump crisp pods filled with sweet round peas make a great snack, served fresh with dip, or add them to garden salads, stir-fries and soups. Plant extra for snacking in the garden. Grow climbing 5' vines on poles or a trellis. When to sow outside: RECOMMENDED. 4 to 6 weeks before average last frost or as soon as soil can be worked. Soil temperatures must be above 40° F. Maturity  70 Days

How To Grow Peas are a cool weather crop and can be sown from early April through to mid- May when the soil temperature is between 10-16 C (50-60 F). Fall crops are possible in hardiness zones 6 & 7. Sow in double rows spaced 25 cm (10") with the seed 6.5 cm (2.5") apart within the row and 1.25-2.5 cm (1/2-1") deep. Space each set of double rows 75 cm (2.5') apart. Peas can also be sown in blocks 120 cm (48") square with the seeds spaced 6.5 cm (2.5") apart within the block. Sow successive crops 10-14 days apart for extended harvests. Keep the soil evenly moist during the germination period or emergence will be spotty. Avoid the use of high nitrogen fertilizers. Once flowering starts, it is important to keep the plants well watered to produce a good harvest. As the pods mature, pick daily to enjoy their peak flavour and to encourage more pods to form. Careful cultivation between rows is recommended to increase harvest yield. Removing clover and other non-crop legumes from the vicinity of the pea crop will reduce pest problems.
Blooming Season Begins Early Summer
Life Cycle Annual
Propagation Sow Direct
Days to Emergence 15
Light Full Sun
Growth Habit Vining - Best Grown on a Support
Height Tall (1 to 2 m)(39" to 78")
Frost Tolerance Frost Hardy
Days to Harvest 70
Degree of Difficulty Easy
Heritage Heirloom
Family Name Fabaceae
Latin Pisum sativum saccharatum



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