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Table 5 – Pea Vines

Table 5. Mean weight (g) of harvested pea vines from 3 meters row, mean length of harvested pea vines (cm), and mean number of harvested pea vines of seven pea varieties in Tenino, western Washington, in 1999.

Mean weight of harvested peavines (g)

Variety
6/24/99
7/7/99
7/15/99
Total
Snow Peas SP6
235.9
20.9
116.2
372.9
Super Sugar Snap
165.4
25.0
102.6
293.0
Oregon Giant
164.9
43.8
38.2
246.9
PRO 2100
122.4
21.7
76.5
220.6
Cascadia
183.2
22.1
73.2
278.5
HN-412
153.4
29.4
101.8
284.6
Thomas Laxton
201.6
22.2
42.6
266.5
Significance
NS
NS
NS
0.01

 

Mean length of harvested peavines (cm)

Variety
6/24/99
7/7/99
7/15/99
Snow Peas SP6
14.4
11.4
11.0
Super Sugar Snap
21.4
12.9
18.9
Oregon Giant
16.4
13.9
10.1
PRO 2100
16.0
12.0
17.0
Cascadia
14.7
12.1
13.3
HN-412
22.8
15.1
19.1
Thomas Laxton
14.7
13.2
14.9
Significance
0.01
NS
0.01

 

Mean number of harvested peavines

Variety
6/24/99
7/7/99
7/15/99
Total
Snow Peas SP6
52.0
6.8
41.4
100.1
Super Sugar Snap
50.5
12.8
34.3
97.5
Oregon Giant
47.0
14.0
17.6
78.6
PRO 2100
54.0
16.4
38.7
109.1
Cascadia
48.3
9.0
29.0
86.3
HN-412
46.8
11.5
40.5
98.8
Thomas Laxton
41.8
6.0
26.1
73.8
Significance
NS
NS
NS
NS

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