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Post  karynne 6/28/2021, 8:32 pm

My snow pea plants (started in april zone 6) produced some nice peas (maybe a handful) but now are coming out with the pods already plump. It's kind of a bummer.

Is it too hot or too little water or something else?

Would appreciate any advice, thanks!
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Post  sanderson 6/29/2021, 3:45 am

Karynne,  All peas are usually cool/cold weather plants.  If it's warm where you are, they could be frantically trying to reproduce by accelerating the pea seed production.

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Post  MrBooker 6/30/2021, 1:01 pm

karynne wrote:My snow pea plants (started in april zone 6) produced some nice peas (maybe a handful) but now are coming out with the pods already plump. It's kind of a bummer.

Is it too hot or too little water or something else?

Would appreciate any advice, thanks!
Karynne. Did you plant in EARLY April or towards the end of April? I also live in zone 6 and I try to plant my Sugar Snaps or Snow Peas very early in April. Most of the time, I get away with it but this year, we had snow in mid April and I'm glad I didn't plant peas. I instead, planted Cukes where I had Peas last year.
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Post  karynne 6/30/2021, 9:37 pm

Yep you are both right I planted too late. @MrBooker yep it was cold too long this year for peas.

I am going to snag the little flat ones, the plump ones are too fibrous or maybe I'll just shell them and use as regular peas.

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Will try again in the fall (maybe).
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