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Pigeon pea is a nitrogen-fixing, perennial shrub, growing to 4 m in height, that produces green or dry seed in seasonally dry climates. Pigeon peas are adaptable to many soil types and are used as a dry pea, green vegetable, fodder, fuelwood, green manure or cover crop.

A short-duration, day-neutral semi-determinate variety that was developed by Dr. Sharad Phatak at the University of Georgia. Vigorous and productive, producing up to 4,480 kg of dry seed per hectare. Grown specifically for pod production rather than vegetative growth. 50-90 days to flowering with plants growing to an average height of 1m. First pod set is above the canopy.