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Old June 20, 2017   #1
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A pound of edible pod peas were picked. The first this year. There is a 12 foot row of sugar snap and a 12 foot row of snow peas which are thriving. Both have tender pods which are edible. The snow peas are flat and have very small peas inside. The sugar snap are larger around and have larger peas inside. There are also garden peas which are large and robust but the pod is too tough for eating.

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The edible peas are producing about a pound per day. There are two types in a 20 foot row. Sugar snap and Snow peas. The snow are flat with small peas and the sugar snap are rotund with larger peas. Both are excellent eating the whole pod without a lot a work shelling. There are not enough to preserve so they are used for the table for now.
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Edible pod peas picked today 1550 grams.
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The edible peas are producing about a pound per day. There are two types in a 20 foot row. Sugar snap and Snow peas. The snow are flat with small peas and the sugar snap are rotund with larger peas. Both are excellent eating the whole pod without a lot a work shelling. There are not enough to preserve so they are used for the table for now.

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Edible pod peas picked today 1550 grams.

Edible pod peas picked today 4.8 pounds.
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