Pea Database Collaboration Project/Golden Sweet

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Golden Sweet, Photo by Rebsie Fairholm

Golden Sweet

  • Alternative Name(s): Golden Podded
  • Crop: Snow Pea
  • Latin name: Pisum sativum
  • Origin: Rediscovered in India
  • Pod Color: Yellow
  • Colour of Ripe Pod: pale yellow, semi-translucent
  • Seeds: round, speckled.
  • Flowers: wild type. standard bi-colored purple. do not completely open.
  • Traits & Loci: recessive [gp]
  • Linkage Group: Chromosome 5
  • JIC Genotype: http://data.jic.ac.uk/pgene/Default.asp?ID=340
  • Vine Height: 5-6 ft (1.5 M)
  • Hardness: Tolerant of cold and heat
  • Notable Traits: Tendrils show yellow color early on
  • Maturity: Early
  • Genebank Accessions: JI3541 https://www.seedstor.ac.uk/search-infoaccession.php?idPlant=26928
  • Known Supplier(s):

Description

Edible podded pea with yellow pods

Rumored to be the same yellow podded pea studied by Gregor Mendel, rediscovered in a market in India


Flowers

Gspinkflower.jpg

Gsentwined.jpg

Goldensweet2.jpg

Gspinkandblue.jpg

Golden Sweet flower.jpeg


Tendrils

Golden Sweet Tendril.jpg

File:Gsstems.jpg


Pods

Golden Sweet row.jpg

Golden Sweet pod1.jpg

Golden Sweet pod2.jpg

Golden Sweet pod3.jpg


Seeds

Golden Sweet Seed.jpeg

File:Gs seeds.jpg

Golden Sweet.jpg

Golden Sweet Seeds Søren Holt.jpg


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