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Sugar Snap Peas
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Murphy    Posted 06-14-2001 at 08:51:57       [Reply]  [No Email]

Has anyone had any luck propegating their own? I'm letting the pods stay on a couple of plants at the end of the row to see if I can use the peas off of them next year. My wife says it won't work (Not the first time she's said that to me and won't be the last.) Am I wasting some good eatin' or is it possible? How long should I leave them on the plants?

keri lester    Posted 04-29-2002 at 08:52:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
How does growing sugar snap peas with various liquids relate to science? or How does growing sugar snap peas relate to science? What is some background information on reasons for study relevance to community and school? What are some science concepts related to growing sugar snap peas?

Alberta Mike    Posted 06-14-2001 at 20:27:36       [Reply]  [Send Email]
The post below is interesting and perhaps even scientifically correct, however I had an envelope of "collected" sugar peas given to me in about 1974 and I'm still growing peas from the same original batch. Every year I collect some, let them dry out and keep them in a paper envelope. They're still as good as they ever were, at least I think they are. That's an interesting question.

AD    Posted 06-14-2001 at 14:20:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
You will get a good seed but the plant next year will not be the same if this years plant is a hybred plant. It will revert back to one of the parent plants and some times you lose the desired taste the hybred plant has. In two years you may wind up with an undesirable pea that taste nothing like this years peas. Ad

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