Pizzaz was bred in New Zealand and developed as a food pea suitable for plant protein extraction in the USA where it is being used in supply chains for plant protein food products. It is also suitable for use as a feed pea.
Pizzaz is a spring-sown variety that produces a crop of medium-tall height and matures mid-season.
Early plant vigour is good, and under ideal growing conditions Pizzaz will tiller and compensate for minor gaps in establishment.
Flowering normally commences at nodes 16-17.
Flowers are white and normally 2 flowers are produced at each node.
General agronomic practices should be similar to those applied to other field pea varieties.
In New Zealand trials, Pizzaz has consistently out-yielded Yellowstone.
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