OSP ll

OSP ll

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Snow Pea Variety

Since Oregon Sugar Pod II was developed by Oregon State University, the snow pea has been a customer favorite world-wide. OSP II is highly prolific yielder and has a strong disease package.

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Snow Pea Variety

Since Oregon Sugar Pod II was developed by Oregon State University, the snow pea has been a customer favorite world-wide. OSP II is highly prolific yielder and has a strong disease package.

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