Pick of Cedenco peas

One harvest comes in by the million.

One harvest comes in by the million.

PEA PICK: Intake operator Trinity Te Hau scans peas as they enter the factory. Picture by Liam Clayton

CEDENCO has harvested about 80 percent of its annual pea crop.

“It’s a good quality crop with slightly above average yields. The fine weather has provided good harvesting conditions,” said company agronomy manager David Oudes.

Most of the crop harvested so far has come in from around the Poverty Bay flats. Mr Oudes expects the latest of the crop to be picked by the end of next week.

"We will harvest the last of the Gisborne crop early next week then head up to finish off the season with the crops planted around Tolaga Bay.”

CEDENCO has harvested about 80 percent of its annual pea crop.

“It’s a good quality crop with slightly above average yields. The fine weather has provided good harvesting conditions,” said company agronomy manager David Oudes.

Most of the crop harvested so far has come in from around the Poverty Bay flats. Mr Oudes expects the latest of the crop to be picked by the end of next week.

"We will harvest the last of the Gisborne crop early next week then head up to finish off the season with the crops planted around Tolaga Bay.”

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