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Helka wrinkled-seeded pea

, : Helka wrinkled-seeded pea. Beretning nr 41 om arbejdet ved Landbrugets Kornforaedling 1987: 28

Helka is a semileafless variety with tendrils replacing the leaflets. It is somewhat taller than Bodil but has stronger stems and is regarded as easy to harvest. The seeds are round and green and lighter in weight than those of Bodil, and are similar to Bodil in their low content of trypsin inhibitors.

Accession: 001607270

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