Updated December 11, 2018

CDC Leroy Forage Peas

Farmer Tested for Higher Yields and Cleaner Fields Technical Bulletin |

CDC Leroy is a forage pea cultivar developed by the Crop Development Centre, University of Saskatchewan.

In the heart of cattle country, we often have customers looking for a forage pea and finally we have located a variety that fits the bill.

CDC Leroy offers:

  • Semi-leafless leaf type
  • High biomass production
  • Good seed yield
  • Resistance to powdery mildew.
  • Improved protein and relative feed value in comparison to Trapper and 40-10 peas.
  • Shorter vine length than other forage pea varieties
  • Superior lodging resistance in comparison to Trapper and 40-10 peas.
  • Higher grain yield on irrigation than 40-10 peas.


Technical Bulletin
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