Grains and field crops
Semi-leafless field pea like Kaspa have lifted the benchmark set by the previous conventional varieties such as Parafield and Dunwa. Semi-leafless field pea have the same traits as conventional field pea: adaptation to a range of soil types; wide selection of weed control options (including crop topping); nitrogen input; disease break; and reduction in root lesion nematodes. Semi-leafless pea is easier to harvest and is less prone to pod shatter.
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Paddocks, Soil type, Yields, Herbicides, Frost, Fertilizer, Sowing, Weed control, Western Australia
Pritchard, I, Beermier, R, and Seymour, M. (2006), Field pea in the great southern. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Report.