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Peas Research

Peas have a relatively short season and are a popular vegetable over the summer months. Most peas grown in New Zealand are eaten processed.

In 2015 the total tonnage grown was 66,500 tonnes and $84.8m FOB was exported.

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Fungicide control of Ascochyta in peas
Date 2016-07-22 16:20:52
Ascochyte is a disease complex caused by three fungal pathogens. This research evaluated foliar fungicides for control of Ascochyta in peas over four seasons. The variable response to these fungicides suggests that a disease forecasting system will be essential if farmers are to get economic responses from the use of the fungicides tested in the trials.