Peas in the pod

Pea

Some pea cultivars are grown in gardens for their tender green pods as VEGETABLES, which are harvested at their early stage of development, and eaten raw or cooked. They are known as snowpeas, sugar peas or snap peas. In parts of Asia and Africa, tender pea foliage is harvested as vegetable.

Pea with white flowers (courtesy Dengjin Bing).Normal leaf pea (courtesy Dengjin Bing).Pea with purple flowers (courtesy Dengjin Bing).Semi-leafless pea (courtesy Dengjin Bing).

Peas are members of the Fabaceae (formerly known as Leguminosae) family. Cultivated peas belong to the species Pisum sativum. Although their exact origin is unknown, it is most widely accepted that peas originated in northwest Asia, spread to the temperate zones of Europe, and from there spread to other parts of the world. Peas are now grown and used worldwide in a variety of ways.

Some pea cultivars are grown in gardens for their tender green pods as vegetables, which are harvested at their early stage of development, and eaten raw or cooked. They are known as snowpeas, sugar peas or snap peas. In parts of Asia and Africa, tender pea foliage is harvested as vegetable. Peas are also grown as a forage crop in a mixture with cereal crops to improve the protein content and reduce the fibre content of harvested forage. However, the majority of peas are grown for their grains, which are harvested either as immature or dry mature seeds. When harvested in an immature state, they are exclusively used in food as a fresh vegetable, or are canned, dehydrated or frozen. Dry mature seeds are used as animal feed or as food in whole or split form. Pea seeds are processed for their components of flour, starch, protein, and fibre and used as an ingredient of a variety of food or industrial products.

Peas were introduced into North America by early European explorers at the end of the 15th century. In Canada, indigenous people were growing peas in the Montréal region in 1535. Both garden and dry peas (commonly known as field peas in Canada) are grown in Canada. Garden peas are mainly produced in Ontario and Québec, whereas the majority of dry peas are produced in western Canada.

Dry peas have been grown in western Canada to a limited extent since the early 20th century. The rapid increase of dry pea production in this region started in the mid-1980s. This augmentation was driven mainly by the increased export of dry peas to the European feed pea market, and by the higher net economic return to growers from dry peas than from red spring wheat. Increased emphasis on crop diversification and crop rotation, and rising value-added processing such as protein or starch fractionation (ie, the biochemical separation of pea seed components) also contributed to this boost in pea production. Since 1998 Canada has been the largest dry pea producer and exporter in the world. The average harvested area of dry peas in Canada is over 1.2 million hectares. Currently dry peas represent the fourth or fifth largest field crop of Canada after wheat, barley, canola or oats. The majority of dry peas in western Canada are produced in Saskatchewan, followed by Alberta, Manitoba and British Columbia.

Several types of dry peas are currently grown in Canada including yellow, green, marrowfat and maple peas. Yellow and green peas predominate in Canadian dry pea production, and they are grown for food or feed market. The other two types are produced in much smaller quantities. Marrowfat peas have large flattened green seeds, which are popular for making snack food items, and also for reconstitution and canning. Maple peas usually have smaller seeds than yellow, green and marrowfat peas. Seeds of maple peas contain higher levels of tannin, and are primarily used for bird feed. Yellow, green, marrowfat and maple peas are all spring types. They are seeded in spring and harvested in fall. Austrian winter peas, which have similar winter hardiness to winter barley and can be seeded in fall or spring, could be produced in Canada. The seeds of traditional Austrian winter peas usually have a grey colour with purple or brown mottles. They are usually smaller in size than the seeds of yellow, green and marrowfat peas. There is no commercial production of Austrian winter peas in Canada at present. Limited studies in western Canada have shown its potential and adaptation to certain areas in western Canada. Currently, two cultivars of Austrian winter peas are registered in Canada.

Many morphological variations exist in peas. Some have normal leaves. Others are semi-leafless. Early dry pea cultivars have normal leaves. This type of cultivar is prone to lodging (ie, falling down onto the ground), and difficult for machine harvest. The majority of modern cultivars are semi-leafless and have much better lodging resistance than normal leaf cultivars. Some dry pea cultivars have white flowers, and others have red or purple flowers. These morphological characteristics are often used to identify different cultivars.

Peas (Pisum sativum) are original from the Old Continent, although there are many doubts about their true origin. Their use is relatively common in Europe, and they were probably introduced from Palestine or Egypt into European Eastern areas of the Mediterranean sea, considered as the main centre of diversification.
In Spain, 47% of the production is intended for consumption in fresh (and 41% for processing). 42% of the amount intended for consumption in fresh is traded in the domestic market. The remaining 5% is exported to France, Italy and England.
6,878,000 t of peas are produced world-wide every year. The surface used world-wide for its cultivation is of 833,000 ha. The world-wide production is distributed by continents as follows:

Continent Thousand tons
Africa 273
Asia 3,260
Europe 1,843
North America 1,193
Oceania 149
South America 160
Total 6,878

Source: FAO Production Yearbook (1998)
The main producing countries are:

Country Thousand tons
India 2,000F*
The USA 1,079F
China 1,021F
France 450F
UK 449F
Hungary 170
Italy 130F
Egypt 125F
The Netherlands 100F
Australia 97F

Source: FAO Production Yearbook (1998)
(*) F: Value estimated by the FAO
The main producing country is India (2,000,000 t) and Spain is below the ten first countries, totalling 63,000 t.
As guiding data, the following table shows the imports in fresh of the United Kingdom in 1999:

Country Tons
France 120
Guatemala 1,388
Italy 936
Kenya 6,587
The Netherlands 68
Spain 388
Zambia 864
Zimbabwe 2,034
Rest of the world 534
Total UK imports 12,919

Source: Fresh Produce Desk Book (2001)
In 1999, the United Kingdom imported 388 tons from Spain, totalling 598 dollars. Kenya was the country from which the UK imported the largest amount of peas, followed by Zimbabwe.
The United Kingdom imports in 1999 amounted to 23,309 dollars.
According to Fresh Produce Desk Book (2001) the United Kingdom exported, during the same year, 3,753 tons amounting to 1,244 dollars. 2,743 tons were exported to Europe and the remaining 1,010 tons outside Europe. The amount exported to Europe totalled 866 dollars and the rest represented 378 dollars.
In Spain, the total surface devoted to pea cultivation is 5,947 ha and the production estimated in 1999 by communities was the following:

Area Hectares Tons
Aragón 2,095 9,242
Castilla-La Mancha 1,556 8,201
La Rioja 1,185 7,565
Andalucía 1,111 7,292
TOTAL 5,947 32,300

Source: La Horticultura Española (2001) Sech.

Joseph Masabni Assistant Professor and Extension Horticulturist, The Texas A&M University System

The sugar snap pea (Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon) is a member of the bean family. Sugar snap peas are like snow peas in that we eat the entire pod. A difference is that the pods of snow peas are flat and those of sugar snap peas are round.

Unlike beans, peas do not open when they are ripe or have a membrane in the pod. Most cultivars are climbing vines and need a trellis for support (Fig. 1). In seed catalogs, they are described as tall climbers.

Varieties

These varieties are best for Texas:

  • Cascadia (60 days from planting to maturity)
  • Premium (51 days)
  • Sugar Ann (60 days)
  • Sugar Bob (55 days)
  • Super Sugar Snap (65 days)

An heirloom variety, Amish Snap, requires 60 days from planting to maturity.

Soil preparation

Before planting the peas, remove all weeds and trash from the planting area. Then till the soil 8 to 10 inches deep and rake it several times to break up the large dirt clods. Work the garden soil only when it is dry enough to not stick to garden tools.

Planting

In the spring, plant sugar snap peas as soon as you can prepare the soil. Sugar snap peas are a cool-season vegetable and can tolerate light frosts even when the plants are small.

In the fall, plant sugar snap peas in the last 8 to 10 weeks before the first expected frost to guarantee a plentiful harvest.

Plant the seeds 1 to 1½ inches deep and 1 inch apart in single or double rows (Fig. 2). Allow 18 to 24 inches between single or pairs of rows. Allow 8 to 10 inches between double rows in pairs. Once the seeds have germinated, cover the seedlings if a light frost is expected. This protection will help the plants continue to grow and to produce earlier.

Figure 2. The beds for sugar snap peas should be 8 inches high and 18 to 24 inches apart.

Fertilizing

Sugar snap peas are nitrogen-fixing plants: They take nitrogen from the air and change it into a form that they can use for food. To increase the crop, add a nitrogen-fixing inoculant, which contains the bacteria that inoculates the plant roots and helps it convert nitrogen into plant food. An inoculant is usually a powdery material that you moisten with water and coat the seeds with before planting. Inoculants are sold in small packets at garden stores and via the Internet. They are especially useful in an area that is being planted for the first time.

Watering

Do not let the soil dry out but do not overwater. You may need to irrigate once a week if no rain has fallen

Diseases

Fusarium wilt is the most common disease of sugar snap peas. Infected plants have yellow, wilting leaves, particularly the lower leaves.

Because peas are planted early in the season when the soil is still cold and moist, Fusarium wilt is likely to occur, especially if the soil does not drain well. To reduce the chances of Fusarium infection, incorporate abundant organic matter to the bed and improve soil aeration and drainage by preparing the soil well.

Harvesting

Harvest when the individual peas have grown to the size of BBs, or when the pods have reached their full length. This stage is usually reached 5 to 7 days after flowering.

Pick the peas at least every other day to ensure that the pods are sweet and free of fibers. As soon as you discover an overgrown pod that you missed earlier, remove it to keep the plant blooming and producing longer.

The pods can be stored in a plastic bag in the refrigerator for up to 2 weeks. Unlike fresh green peas, these pods deteriorate only slightly in quality when stored.

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For the Plants vs. Zombies Heroes version, see Pea Pod (PvZH).

Pea Pod is the third plant obtained in the Wild West in Plants vs. Zombies 2. It is a peashooting plant, and the number of peas it shoots at a time corresponds to the number of heads it has at that moment. The player can increase the number of heads it has by planting another Pea Pod on top of it, with five heads being the maximum. One head does 20 DPS, two heads do 40 DPS, three heads do 60 DPS, four heads do 80 DPS and five heads do 100 DPS.

Origins

A real-life example of Pea Pods

Like most other pea-shooting plants, Pea Pod is based on the plant Pisum sativum.

Almanac entry

Pea Pod

FAMILY: Appease-mint

Pea Pods can be planted in the same space for up to 5 times the destruction.

Damage Details: normal (for each pea)
Special: increases rate of fire with multiple plantings
Having studied Quantum Spatial Mechanics in Clown College, Pea Pod has been amusing families of all ages.

SUN COST 125 RECHARGE Fast

SUN COST: 125
RECHARGE: Fast

TOUGHNESS Typical DAMAGE Normal

TOUGHNESS: Typical
DAMAGE: Normal

RANGE Straight PLANT FOOD POWER Duration

RANGE: Straight
PLANT FOOD POWER: Duration

FAMILY Appease-mint

Pea Pod

SUN COST 125 RECHARGE Fast

SUN COST: 125
RECHARGE: Fast

TOUGHNESS Typical DAMAGE Normal

TOUGHNESS: Typical
DAMAGE: Normal

RANGE Straight PLANT FOOD POWER Duration

RANGE: Straight
PLANT FOOD POWER: Duration

FAMILY Appease-mint

FAMILY: Appease-mint

Pea Pods can be planted in the same space for up to 5 times the destruction.

Damage Details: normal (for each pea)
Special: increases rate of fire with multiple plantings
Having studied Quantum Spatial Mechanics in Clown College, Pea Pod has been amusing families of all ages.

Upgrades

Plant Food effect

Pea Pod shooting a huge pea from its Plant Food effect

When fed Plant Food, the pods close up making something that resembles a headdress for the huge Peashooter head that pops up out of the ground. The giant Peashooter then shoots five giant peas that deals 400 damage per shot each, for a total of 2000 damage per shot.

Appease-mint effect

When boosted by Appease-mint, Pea Pod’s peas will do an additional 150 DPS.

Level upgrade

Level Seed Packets Coins Upgrades
Sun Cost Recharge
(Fast)
Toughness
(Typical)
Damage*
(Normal)
Projectile
Velocity
Plant Food Power
(Damage*)
Range
1 0 0 125 5 seconds 300 dps 20 dps Normal 400 dps Straight
2 10 1,000 4.5 seconds 325 dps 25 dps 400 dps
3 50 2,000 4.5 seconds 350 dps 30 dps 450 dps
4 100 4,000 4.5 seconds 375 dps 35 dps +1.6x 450 dps
5 125 6,000 4 seconds 400 dps 40 dps 450 dps
6 175 8,000 4 seconds 450 dps 45 dps 500 dps
7 250 10,000 100 4 seconds 500 dps 50 dps 500 dps
8 350 15,000 4 seconds 550 dps 55 dps 500 dps
9 450 20,000 4 seconds 600 dps 60 dps 500 dps
10 800 60,000 3.5 seconds 650 dps 65 dps +2.2x 550 dps
11 1,000 75,000 3.5 seconds 700 dps 70 dps 550 dps
12 1,250 100,000 75 3.5 seconds 750 dps 80 dps 550 dps
13 1,500 150,000 3.5 seconds 800 dps 90 dps 550 dps
14 1,750 200,000 3.5 seconds 850 dps 100 dps 550 dps
15 2,000 250,000 3 seconds 900 dps 110 dps 600 dps

*Per projectile

Level upgrade (China only)

Level Upgrades Description
Automatic Growth Pea Pod grows a head every minute.
Combat Training Pea Pod gains 50% more attack power and health (150% of initial).
Crazy Growth Pea Pod grows a head every 40 seconds.
Cell Activation Pea Pod gains another 50% more attack power and health (200% of initial).
Ability Awaken Pea Pod may be boosted when planted.
Fighting Power Pea Pod gains another 50% more attack power and health (250% of initial).

Costumed (China only)

When fed Plant Food, it shoots five big fire peas. If the big fire peas pass over a napalm Torchwood, the peas will turn into big napalm peas.

Strategies

Pea Pod is a strong plant, but to get one to the maximum strength, 625 sun has to be spent on it. This is enough to afford three Repeaters or six Peashooters. Additionally, these plants are a bit stronger than one Pea Pod (Pea Pod has five heads, the combinations mentioned before have six peas). However, while weaker, this plant has a space advantage over the previous two combinations, taking only one space on the lawn. In Wild West, Pea Pod is exceptionally useful when placed on a minecart, where it can move to other lanes and take out multiple zombies at once, saving sun. Imitating this plant is a good option as you can set up Pea Pods faster. Pea Pod is useful with Torchwood, since it makes the peas do double damage and triple damage with Plant Food. Pea Pods are not useful in some objective levels, such as “Never have more than X plants” because upgrading a Pea Pod counts as a new plant.

Pea Pod can be also very useful when dealing with Zombie Chickens, due to their fast cooldown. You can choose it as an alternative to Lightning Reed for a more easy-to-use and powerful plant but beware of Zombie Chickens in large numbers as only one five-headed Pea Pod may sometimes be insufficient. Pea Pods are also excellent in dealing with fast zombies such as Explorer Zombie, Seagull Zombie, Jetpack Zombie, Surfer Zombie, Dodo Rider Zombie, Bug Zombie, Punk Zombie and Balloon Zombie, especially at maximum damage as they are able to destroy them quickly before they reach your backmost defenses, especially Explorer Zombie, Surfer Zombie and Punk Zombie case where they instantly destroy or move around plants that they encounter.

If you plan on saving enough sun to get a five-headed Pea Pod, make sure that you have an adequate defense to protect yourself until you save up 625 sun (e.g. Potato Mine, Iceberg Lettuce, Chili Bean, etc.). Once you do get the Pea Pod to its maximum power, it is an effective counter to many high health zombies, such as Buckethead Zombies, Pharaoh Zombies, Barrel Roller Zombies, Pianist Zombies, Robo-Cone Zombies, Knight Zombies, Blockhead Zombies, Jurassic Bully and Jurassic Fossilheads due to its high damage output. A five-headed Pea Pod also works well against Pirate Captain Zombies, Disco-tron 3000 and Octo Zombies as they can destroy a released Zombie Parrot within range with 3 shots and Disco Jetpack Zombie or thrown octopi with 4 shots. If there are groups of them, these zombies will hardly cause any problems that will overwhelm them.

Like all other straight shooting-based plants, Pea Pod is ineffective against Shield Zombie (when force field is up), Jester Zombie, Snorkel Zombie (while submerged) and Excavator Zombie, even if fed with Plant Food as the peas deal no damage against them (except for Jester Zombie).

However, remember to not rely on it in higher levels of Endless Zones, since it lacks an area of effect and can only hit one zombie at a time. And with the high zombie density in Endless Zones, Pea Pod can be easily overwhelmed. Even with Torchwood, the number of zombies may be too much because flaming peas do not deal splash damage. If you intend to use Pea Pod in Endless Zones, it is advised to take an area of effect plant too, such as Laser Bean or Fume-shroom. This weakens at once many of the stronger zombies in the Endless Zone, allowing Pea Pod to finish them off quickly.

When upgraded in the Chinese version, Pea Pod can automatically grow, so one does not have to manually plant five heads, saving sun. Since the auto-growth is a bit slow, planting it manually to three or four heads would be good.

Related achievement

Pod Squad
Max out a Pea Pod on a mine cart

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Trivia

  • Before version 6.6 its flavor text was “Having studied Quantum Spatial Mechanics in Clown College, the peapod has been amusing families of all ages.”
  • It is one of the six plants seen in the trailer of Plants vs. Zombies 2 while fighting the zombies; the other five are Bonk Choy, Bloomerang, Peashooter, Wall-nut, and Sunflower.
  • In the trailer, if one looks carefully when the zombies come onto the lawn, it has all its heads. But when shown close-up, it has one head, then it regrows all the heads it already had.
  • The heads are planted in this order: middle-bottom, left, right, middle-center, middle-top.
  • There was a glitch in Last Stand where if the player rapidly plants Pea Pods on top of each other, they will shoot a couple of peas, even though there are no zombies. This can be used to clear tombstones before the level starts.

    Using the Pea Pod glitch to clear the tombstones in the Chinese version

    Pea Pod Glitch

    Present in update 7.0.1

  • Each pea will be shot at different heights; for example, the middle and the left side, the middle will shoot it higher. This is because the heads are in different places in the pod.
  • It, Pea-nut, Threepeater, and Split Pea are the only peashooting plants to have more than one head.
    • Technically, Split Pea’s back head is a head-like growth.
  • It, Pea-nut, and Sling Pea are the only peashooting plants without a stem.
  • It, Threepeater, Peashooter, Snow Pea, Fire Peashooter, and Primal Peashooter are the only plants that shoot peas equal to the number of heads they have.
    • However, Split Pea shoots two peas when there is a zombie behind it, and none are in front of it.
  • It always shoots five big peas when it is fed Plant Food, regardless of how many heads it has.
  • It has the fastest firing rate among all the peashooting plants if it is maxed out.
  • It and Primal Peashooter shoots the lowest number of peas of any peashooting plant when using Plant Food (five).
    • This applies if Fire Peashooter’s Plant Food effect is not counted, as it shoots no peas during the effect.
  • If the player maxes out Pea Pod on a cart, the Pod Squad achievement will be earned.
  • Before the 2.3 update, if the player had a Pea Pod boost and planted it on an already existing Pea Pod, the Plant Food upgrade would not activate.
  • It only has one head in the Zen Garden, in the level selection, in its Endless Zone card, and when it is first planted.
  • If it is damaged and the player plants another one on it, its health will be fully restored.
    • This is similar to Wall-nut First Aid in a way.
  • Regardless of what stage it was in when defeated, Intensive Carrot will always revive the Pea Pod with one head. The same applies to Potato Mine, Sun-shroom, Strawburst, Primal Potato Mine, Escape Root, and Kiwibeast.
  • Despite being obtained before Tall-nut, it is positioned after it on the seed selection screen and the almanac.
    • However, before the 1.7 update, it was obtained after Tall-nut.
  • The player cannot plant more Pea Pods on an endangered Pea Pod.
  • It and Pea-nut are only peashooting plants can shoot shrunken zombies in water tile

See also

  • Pod Squad
  • Peashooting plants
  • Pea
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Event Lord Bamboo · R.A.D Missiles · Sunflower Singer · Angel Starfruit · Grapeshot · Cold Snapdragon · Cob Cannon · Shrinking Violet · Match Flower · Firebloom Queen · Apple Mortar · Missile Toe · Kiwibeast · Auberninja · Banana Dancer · Frostbloom Queen · Strawburst · Egrett Flower
Promo Cherry Bomb · Cryo-shroom · Pyro-shroom · Gatling Pea · Cattail · Witch Hazel · Escape Root · Electric Currant · Sumo Melon · Wasabi Whip · Parsnip · Electric Peashooter · Trump Tulip · Sling Pea
Others Chest-nut · Explode-O-Nut · Icy Currant · Dual Pistol Pinecone · Shadow Peashooter · Snap Pea · Alarm Arrowhead · Holly Barrier · Narcissus
Removed plants Rotten Red
Plants vs. Zombies Online
Player’s House Sunflower · Peashooter · Wall-nut · Potato Mine
Qin Shi Huang Mausoleum Bruce Bamboo · Carrot Rocket · Pomegranate-pult · Dandelion · Venus Flytrap · Wax Gourd · Sod
Ancient Egypt Bloomerang · Bonk Choy · Grave Buster · Iceberg Lettuce · Cabbage-pult
Pirate Seas Snapdragon · Spikeweed · Spring Bean · Kernel-pult · Coconut Cannon · Narcissus · Endurian · Spikerock · Pineapple Cannon · Threepeater
Far Future Laser Bean · Blover · Citron · E.M.Peach · Tile Turnip · Ganoderma · Banana Tree · Nitration Mushroom · Infi-nut · Magnifying Grass
East Sea Dragon Palace Oxygen Algae · Garlic · Bubble Flower · Electric Anemone
Upgrades Twin Sunflower · Repeater
VIPs Winter Melon
Power Ups Cherry Bomb · Jalapeno
Premium Squash · Snow Pea · Tall-nut
Adventure Mode only Magic Vine · Split Pea · Chili Bean · Lightning Reed · Pea Pod · Melon-pult · Starfruit · Chomper · Fire Peashooter · Cattail · Zorrose · Clivia · Sap-fling · Acidic Citrus · Magic-shroom · Ghost Pepper · Guacodile · Hurrikale · Plantern · Oak Archer · Homing Thistle · Pepper-pult · Radish · Toadstool · Blooming Heart · Red Stinger · Electric Blueberry · A.K.E.E. · Moonflower · Guerrequila · Aspiragus · Pumpkin Witch · Mine Fruit · Sea Anemone · Litchi · Sea Starfruit

Start a Discussion Discussions about Pea Pod

  • How Useful is Pea Pod?

    6 messages

    • I find it useful since you can pay the full cost of pea pod over time, setting up defences on each lane for 125, and being able to pay more … 2015-09-11T00:34:08Z
    • There’s certain satisfaction if you manage to use full potential of pea pod. Then again, it’s very situational and can’t always… 2015-09-11T06:18:04Z
  • Plant Food + Costume

    2 messages

    • When I was playing Plants vs Zombies 2, I used a Plant Food on a Pea Pod with the costume and I saw the little hats on the plant and I … 2014-02-18T06:33:41Z
    • gud 2015-09-10T23:40:20Z

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