Grow pea shoots thick with tendrils!
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The lot I received has had near perfect germination and near zero mold growth. We mostly grow it for chef's and the average DTM for optimal harvest is about 12-16 days when it is full of tendrils. The taste is fantastic and most enjoy it more than shoots, however it is a bit more fibrous. The nice thing with tendrils is that they have a longer holding time throughout their growth when compared with shoots, as it doesn't become as leggy. If you need to push harvest back a few days it isn't an issue.
I love the green peas from Mumm's, but green was out of stock, so I tried these. Maybe the green pea sprouts are slightly sweeter, after all green peas are called Sweet Peas, but the yellow comes in not far behind as a very close second, and surely sweeter than any other bean. I do not care for pea shoots generally, so again did not care for these as shoots, which I tried growing as just once batch. But the sprouts taste great, as expected. And a high germination rate, 99 if not 100 percent.