CDC Inca yellow pea

CDC Inca Yellow Pea is a semi-leafless field pea variety. It stands up well on irrigation and dryland and yields similar to yellow check varieties. CDC Inca is a solid yellow pea with a great disease package that performs well in the Canadian prairies.

 

Main strengths:



  • Improved yield compared to the yellow check varieties
  • Good lodging resistance; better than the checks CDC Golden and Agassiz
  • Excellent performance on irrigation and dryland
  • Fair Mycosphaerella Blight and FHB resistance

Co-op and Regional trials in Saskatchewan – Yellow Peas

2016

Variety Year of release Years Tested Yield % Amarillo 1, 2 & South 3* Yield % Amarillo North 3 & 4* Yield % Amarillo Irriga-tion Maturity Lodging (1-9) Vine Length (cm) Resistance to: Mycosphaerella Blight Resistance to: Powdery Mildew Resistance to: Fusarium Wilt Resistance to: Seed Coat Breakage Resistance to: Seed Coat Dimpling Resistance to: Green- ness Seed Weight (g/1000)
CDC Amarillo (check) 2012 8 100 100 100 Medium 3.5 85 4.5 R MR Fair Fair Good 230
CDC Meadow 2006 8 90 87 90 Early 3.5 85 5 R I Good Good Good 220
CDC Prosper 2008 8 84 79 73 Early 4.5 80 5 R MR Good Fair Good 150
CDC Treasure 2009 8 88 87 93 Early 4 80 5 R I Fair Fair Good 210
CDC Hornet 2010 8 91 84 91 Medium 4 85 4.5 R I Fair Good Good 220
CDC Saffron 2011 8 97 91 91 Early 4 80 4.5 R I Good Fair Good 250
CDC Inca 2015 5 106 100 ID Medium 4 85 4.5 R I Good Good Fair 230
CDC Spectrum 2016 5 104 103 ID Medium 3.5 85 4.5 R I ID Good Fair 240
CDC Athabasca 2016 5 94 102 ID Medium 3 85 4.5 R I ID Fair Good 300
CDC Canary 2017 4 98 98 ID Early 4 90 4.5 R I ID Good ID 240

*Area 1: Brown soil zone; Area 2: Dark brown; Area 3: Black; Area 4: Dark gray                                                                                                                      ID: Insufficient Data

Lodging score: 1=upright; 9=completely lodged

Mycosphaerella blight score (1-9) where 1=no disease, 9=completely blighted

Seed coat dimpling: VG = 0-5%; G = 6-20%; F = 21-50%

Greenness: Good = 0-15%; Fair = 16-40%