I Learned A New Trick
For those of us which just love fresh snow peas, we all know the season is short while the plants are fruiting and it always seems like you get very little to harvest. Now we do get lots of vines, but little actual harvest from all those vines. So earlier this year I was reading my grandmothers old gardening book and she mentioned "Trim back the snow peas to 4". A little research on this and I find out other old-timers mention this also. When the vines are around 6" tall, trim them back to about 3-4". The results... the vines grow back into a fuller bush type of plant, thus you get more blossoms,
which results in more harvest. It works!