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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.

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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.

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