A medium-seeded, semi-leafless erect yellow pea that is well adapted for all pea growing areas, Hyline has been a top yielder in trials. Hyline is the only pea to yield over 100 bushels per acre in our private trial located in western North Dakota. Hyline has excellent quality combined with excellent lodging resistance and a good disease package, including root rot tolerance and powdery mildew resistance.
A large-seeded yellow pea, Navarro has excellent lodging resistance with above-average yield. In trials, Navarro has been the earliest flowering pea with an extended flowering period and early maturity- qualities that make it reasonably stress-tolerant. This variety fits nicely into a program with early seeding to spread out harvest and reduce risk.
A medium-seeded, semi-leafless yellow pea with excellent lodging resistance, Salamanca is an early maturing variety with excellent seed quality. It is widely adapted and thrives across many of the pulse growing regions. Salamanca's very high protein, when combined with its high yield potential, make it desirable in the food and feed markets and reinforce its value to the producer.
A white-flowered, semi-leafless, medium-seeded yellow pea, AAC Profit offers the complete package with high yields, great standability, and high protein. AAC Profit has portrayed great adaptability as it has ranked right at the top in trials throughout the Midwest with maturity medium to late in most areas. It has also shown great height as well as lodging resistance along with an excellent disease package including powdery mildew resistance and an overall vigorous plant.
A brand new 2020 yellow pea, AAC Chrome, is exhibiting extremely high yield potential. The medium-sized yellow pea has shown excellent resistance to lodging and powdery mildew as well as a durable seed coat and competitive protein levels.
Widely adapted, Spider has been a top yielder in trials across the region and performs well under irrigation. 'Spider's resistance to powdery mildew, high protein profile, and early maturity make it a great yellow pea choice.
A small-seeded yellow pea, Bridger is one of the highest yielding in trials across Montana, North Dakota, and South Dakota. A top pea in lodging resistance, Bridger has excellent height and is one of the earliest maturing peas making it an excellent choice in areas prone to drought stress.
A medium-sized dimpled seed with tall plant height, Empire is a late-maturing green pea. It has excellent lodging resistance, average yield, and good bleach tolerance.
A small-seeded, early maturing green pea, Arcadia is top-yielding. It has good bleach tolerance and a rapid maturing rate. The short plant has average lodging resistance and performs well in dryer areas.
A very large-seeded marrowfat pea, Orka is a specialty pea for the food market. It has a 10% yield drag, but the premium paid for this variety can make up for its lower yield. Seeding it early and harvesting it on time is critical to managing this variety for the highest quality.
Shamrock is a medium-sized, dark green, wrinkled seed specialty pea with excellent resistance to lodging and great bleach tolerance. Shamrock is one of the highest yielding green peas and handles stress very well.
A large-seeded, tannin type faba bean approved for export trade, Fanfare is high yielding and tall with excellent lodging resistance and pod height. It also has good tolerance to botrytis, better known as chocolate spot.
Petite is a very small-seeded faba bean that is moderately late in blooming but matures more rapidly and uniformly than most varieties. The small seed and high yield potential make this faba bean an excellent cover crop or a great addition to a cover crop mix.
Boxer has the agronomic characteristics growers are looking for with excellent standability and good downy mildew resistance. It is a high yielding, low tannin faba bean with large seed size and good color, making it highly suitable for export.
A late maturing, small green lentil, CDC Kermit has moderate resistance to ascochyta blight, excellent color retention, and high yield potential.
A sizeable green lentil, CDC Greenstar has moderate resistance to ascochyta blight, excellent color retention, and excellent yield potential.