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Certified cultivars: Two new garden peas



Certified cultivars: Two new garden peas



Kerteszet es Szoleszet 36(27): 5



Cultivar Regina, derived from No. 87 X Trintella, is a late maturing with medium sized seeds and a 50:50 seed:pod ratio. It produced better yields than the standard Debreceni Sotet Gyongy and only slightly lower yields than Grune Perle. Regina is suitable for machine harvesting and is relatively resistant to Peronospora pisi and Fusarium sp. Cultivar Zsuzsi (derived from BR. 52 X Jewel) has 9-11 cm long pods containing dark green seeds.

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