Brown English Pea 2014 Stackhouse

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Brown English Pea 2014 Stackhouse
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Common English name Snap pea (OSS?)
Latin name Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon
Variety Brown English Pea
Research Wikispecies NCBI
Source
Source info
Oldest Source Charlotte Hagood
Oldest Source location Albertville, AL
Last Growout Brown English Pea 2011 Hagood
Grower Dove Stackhouse
Growout Location Geraldine, AL
Growout Coordinates
Zone 7a
Selected Traits
Received or Grown out 2014
Next Growout Deadline
Plant Growth
Plant Growth Type
Plant Growth Habit
Plant size 4-5' vines
Leaf type
Leaf Coverage
Leaf Color
Flower Color purple flowers
Leaf and stem Use
Plant notes
Days to Maturity
Flower
fruit
Fresh seeds
Dried seeds
Fruit-Legume-Tuber
Skin color green
Flesh color
Shape
Firmness hard
Fruit Set
Use (Fresh or Dry) cover crop
Stringless?
Avrg seeds per pod/cluster/fruit
Percent healthy fruit
Average Diameter
Average Length
Average Weight
Fruit Notes Doesnt taste good
Afflictions
Pests
Diseases
Resistance
Inventory
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Bank Sand Mountain Seed Bank
Containers
Base Seed Stock
Current Quantity 12 oz
Total Seeds out
Availability:
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Brown English Pea 2014 Stackhouse
Pisum sativum
NOT FOR SALE
Pisum sativum NOT FOR SALE Brown English Pea 2014 Stackhouse

Brown English Pea

Pisum sativum

OS: Charlotte Hagood,
Albertville, AL

GROWER: Dove Stackhouse,
Geraldine, AL

GROWOUT: 2014

NOT FOR SALE
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Snap pea   Zone: 7a
Brown English Pea
Pisum sativum
Var. macrocarpon
Grown by
Dove Stackhouse
in Geraldine, AL
2014
Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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General Description

4-5' vines, purple flowers, hard green seed, doesnt tase good. probably cover crop/soup pea 120+ days, vines 3-4', tall, purple flowers, small brown seeds, good"pea" flavor, bjut not very sweet, vines need support, resembles the austrian winter pea used here as a nitrogen fixing winter cover crop

History

Maintained by Beverley Smith's grandfather Napoleon Pawhatten Reid, who lived in south-central Alabama, passed downn by his family. From AL-RO-K