olhippie said:Yep, lotsa fun. And for some reason day before yesterday, I didn't wear my hat most of the day. Well guess what.
ElPolloDiablo said:Picture #3 and #4 are almost textbook examples of Ascochyta Disease.
It's usually brought about by infected propagation material, in peas' cases this usually means the seeds themselves. So if you are a seed saver you should remember not to harvest seeds from affected plants and consider rebuilding your seeds stocks. If you bought seedlings or seeds never buy again from that supplier.
Ascochyta is usually "triggered" by high moisture, so consider shifting your peas to a drier area of the vegetable patch next year. Right now you could try using a fungicide like Syngenta Bravo 500.
olhippie said:Ed, I used to buy most all my seed from the co-op. The one closest to you. Not the one about 20 miles west of you. No problems I know of. But don't know about now because I haven't had to buy much seed lately.