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Colossus Southern Pea
Colossus Southern Pea (Cowpea)
Colossus Southern Pea
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Colossus Southern Pea (Cowpea)
60 days — Plants produce good yields of nine to ten inches long pods that are light-brown in color filled with darker brown peas that shell easily.  Similar to 'Brown Sugar Crowder'.

Bred by Clemson University, Clemson, South Carolina and released in 1972.  Resistant to root knot nematodes.  Each ounce is approximately 100 seeds.
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Wasn't a fan of cowpeas til I learned they -and potatoes, sweet potatoes, onions and squash - are ALL that will grow in a drought. Low on water, bunnies, etc. devoured peas and beans, etc.; but they let the 3 varieties of test cowpeas alone completely! They are great with a hamhock and saved us a LOT this winter. These are large cowpeas, too and our faves.
Reviewed by: virginia mccartney from kansas. on 3/18/2012
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