Sugar Ann

Pea Seeds

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1984 All America Selections Award! Sugar Ann is an edible snap pea that offers earliness, productivity, and compact growth habit. The crisp, sweet succulent 3 inch pods are ready to eat 10 to 14 days ahead of the original Sugar Snap, and remain in prime eating condition for days.


SOWING: Peas are a cool weather crop best grown in spring and fall. For best yields ensure adequate fertility, pH of 6.0-7.5 and well draining soil. Plant the first sowing in early spring as soon as the soil can be worked. Sow 2″ apart, 1″ deep, with rows 12″-18″ apart. Always keep seeds well watered during germination. If pea is a vining variety its best to have a support or trellis system to help with diseases and yield. For fall crops sow 6-8 weeks before first frost date.

INOCULANT: Inoculate peas to encourage formation of nitrogen producing nodules on the plant roots. This enriches the soil, results in larger plants, and increases yield.

HARVEST: Harvest snow peas right at the beginning of seed formation and sugar peas when seeds are full size. Harvest frequently to increase yields. Do not let peas over-mature as this will slow production.

AVG. SEEDING RATE: 1 lb./80′, 13 lb./1,000′, 272 lb./acre at 25 seeds/ft., in rows 24″ apart.

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