Late Season

  • Dancer

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    Late-Season Variety

    Dancer is a very promising, highly anticipated, new release from Pure Line Seeds. This variety primarily sets tree-to-four pods per node with 3-3.2 sieve berries. The architecture on this line is beautiful with a pod set concentrated higher up in the canopy. This means better light exposure resulting in a uniform robust color in your final product. Dancer comes with a great disease package including strong field tolerance to downy mildew.

  • PLS 179

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    Late Season Variety

    PLS 179 is a Pure Line Seeds introduction developed as a late-season afila. This pea boasts a very desirable sieve size and extraordinary quality. Fresh Market growers have given rave reviews on yields. It also performs well for pea shoots.

  • PLS 183

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    Late Season Variety

    PLS 183 is another late season afila introduced by Pure Line Seeds. It is an excellent choice for growers in search of remarkable yields. This pea has a very intense color and is superbly uniform, making it a phenomenal product.

  • PLS 196

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    Late Season Variety

    Our 196 is a long podded, late season, dark blue vined variety. This variety has a very strong pod set consistently setting two pods per peduncle while occasionally throwing a third that helps to boost yields. 196’s strong field tolerance to downy mildew ensures good pod-fill of quality berries as well.

  • PLS 595

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    Late Season Variety

    PLS 595 is a new introduction by Pure Line Seeds that is exciting for the size of the pods and yields at harvest. Plants will produce two long pods, with on average 11 berries in each pod. Fresh market customers are raving about the ease of hand-picking due to high set of pods in plant and upright plant type.

  • Querida

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    Late-Season Variety

    Querida comes with a great disease package including a strong tolerance to downy mildew.  This standard vine sets a very consistent three pods per node even in high populations.  This results in a tremendous yielding crop that is weed competitive.

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