Snap pea 'Stringless Sugar Snap'
Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon
Stringless Sugar Snap is part of the Pisum genus and is a Snap pea variety. Its scientific name is Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon 'Stringless Sugar Snap'. Stringless Sugar Snap is a variety of hybrid OP Snap pea .
Characteristics: Climbing vine, medium pods, late maturity, first cultivar used for processing, stringless.
Disease Resistance: powdery mildew, tolerance to BLRV. PVP 8300164. 1984. 1
Does best when provided with a trellis.Stringless Sugar Snap grows as an Annual and is a Vegetable. Being an Annual, it tends to grow best over the course of a single year. Stringless Sugar Snap normally grows to a max height of 5.04 feet (1.55 metres metric).
Stringless Sugar Snap Snap pea is great for inexperienced gardeners and those that like low maintainance gardens.
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How to grow Snap pea 'Stringless Sugar Snap'
Growing Stringless Sugar Snap from seed
By our calculations, you should look at sowing Stringless Sugar Snap about 42 days before your last frost date.
Transplanting Stringless Sugar Snap
Harvesting Stringless Sugar Snap
Snap pea 'Stringless Sugar Snap' information
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‘Stringless Sugar Snap’ is a named variety of edible-pod pea which was first created by scientists at Novartis/Gallatin Valley, a gene-tech company.
This variety was then patented (SP110-24), in 1984. 1
First introduced in 1979, but not patented until 1984. Because the 1984 patent has since expired (plant patents last only 20 years), this pea variety is no longer patented.2
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09 Aug 2011
Peas did poorly. Combination of heat and rabbits killed the harvest