Dataset Details - Pea production Ecozone 14 Download Now

Base NamePea production Ecozone 14
Treatments, Standards and Routesless than 16% moisture
Mix and LocationProduction mix, ecozone 14 (Montane Cordillera)
Functional Unit Flow PropertiesNA
Name SynonymsField pea
Quantitative ReferenceNA
Dataset Starting Year2017
Dataset Valid Until2019
Time RepresentativityInput data are representative of the 2019 growing season, yield data are representative of 2017-2019
Technology CharacteristicsReported farm practices include: tillage (disk), land rolling, seeding, tillage (cultivator), swathing, harrowing, fertilizer application, in-crop herbicide application, foliar fungicide application, foliar insecticide application, combining, post-harvest herbicide application, burndown/desiccant application, drying
Intended Process ApplicationsDried pea production
Ecospold Activity Type1
Ecospold Special Activity Type0
ClassificationFood and renewable raw materials (2.11)
Quantitative Reference TypeFunctional unit
Dataset Time Domain ValidityTrue
LocationCanada (CA)
Included ProcessesEmpty
LCI Method PrincipleAttributional
LCI Principles DeviationsNone stated
LCI Method ApproachesAllocation - mass
LCI Method DeviationsSystem expansion for biological nitrogen fixation (modelled as avoided nitrogen fertilizer for next crop in rotation)
Modelling ConstantsNone stated
Modelling Constant DeviationsNone stated
Data Cutoff/Completeness PrinciplesAll inputs of fertilizer, crop protections, seed, direct fuel use and electricity are included. Irrigation energy and infrastructure/machinery production was not included.
Deviations from Cutoff/Completeness PrinciplesNone stated
Data Selection/Combination PrinciplesSite-specific field data were collected via survey from prairie province pea producers for crop rotation, seeding rate, machinery and fuel use for field operations (e.g., tillage, harrowing, harvest), farm inputs (e.g., fertilizers, pesticides), and electricity for crop drying. Production weighted averages were calculated for the region. Outliers were removed from reported fuel use data based on visual inspection. Transportation was estimated based on the distance from the production locations to the centroid of the region for fertilizer and crop protection inputs. Fuel and seed transportation distances were estimated based on the distances presented in Life cycle assessment of Alberta pea production (Alberta Agriculture and Forestry 2018).
Deviations from Selection/Combination PrinciplesNone stated
Data Treatment and Extrapolation PrinciplesThe geographical location of each farm was used to identify the RU and AAFC Reporting Zone to which each farm belongs. Production-weighted average dataset were calculated for each ecozone.
Deviations from Treatment and Extrapolation PrinciplesNone stated
Supply Coverage2.5
Dataset Use AdvicePercent supply coverage is by area farmed for Alberta, not ecozone 9 since no data available at the ecozone level.
Dataset Review SummaryIt will be filled in once reviewers give feedback, link report and revisions on OSF
Type of Dataset ModellingLCI Result
Dataset SourcePea production source
Dataset Review TypeIndependent review panel
Dataset ScopeLCIA results
Dataset Review MethodExpert judgement
Technological RepresentativenessVery good
Time RepresentativenessVery good
Geographical RepresentativenessVery good
Methodological Appropriateness and ConsistencyGood
Overall QualityGood
ReviewerPRISM Lab
Review Report SourcePea production source
Overall Compliance ApprovalNot defined
Nomenclature ComplianceNot defined
Methodological ComplianceNot defined
Review ComplianceNot defined
Documentation ComplianceNot defined
Quality ComplianceNot defined
IDFlow TypeFlow ReferenceDirectionMean AmountResulting Amount
0Not Elementary Flow (0) Pea productionOutput10001000
1Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) BentazonOutput0.011740.01174
2Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) BentazonOutput0.009980.00998
3Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) BentazonOutput0.089820.08982
4Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) GlyphosateOutput0.038160.03816
5Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) GlyphosateOutput0.032440.03244
6Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) GlyphosateOutput0.291940.29194
7Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) ImazamoxOutput0.000550.00055
8Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) ImazamoxOutput0.000470.00047
9Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) ImazamoxOutput0.004190.00419
10Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) SaflufenacilOutput0.00.0
11Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) SaflufenacilOutput0.000790.00079
12Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) SaflufenacilOutput0.007080.00708
13Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) FluxapyroxadOutput0.00.0
14Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) FluxapyroxadOutput0.001440.00144
15Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) FluxapyroxadOutput0.012960.01296
16Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) PyraclostrobinOutput0.003380.00338
17Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) PyraclostrobinOutput0.002870.00287
18Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) PyraclostrobinOutput0.025840.02584
19Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) carbon dioxideOutput7.917037.91703
20Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) nitrous oxideOutput0.040200.04020
21Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) Nitrogen oxidesOutput0.012190.01219
22Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) NitrateOutput0.062990.06299
23Emissions to air, unspecified (1.3.4) ammoniaOutput0.103050.10305
24Emissions to agricultural soil (1.2.1) PhosphorusOutput0.061140.06114
25Emissions to water, unspecified (1.1.3) PhosphorusOutput0.174250.17425
26Not Elementary Flow (0) BentazonInput0.117410.11741
27Not Elementary Flow (0) GlyphosateInput0.381620.38162
28Not Elementary Flow (0) ImazamoxInput0.005470.00547
29Not Elementary Flow (0) SaflufenacilInput0.009250.00925
30Not Elementary Flow (0) FluxapyroxadInput0.016940.01694
31Not Elementary Flow (0) PyraclostrobinInput0.033780.03378
32Not Elementary Flow (0) Transport of farm inputsInput0.215560.21556
33Not Elementary Flow (0) Transport of farm inputsInput0.024300.02430
34Not Elementary Flow (0) Monoammonium Phosphate (MAP) (as N)Input11.8556711.85567
35Not Elementary Flow (0) Monoammonium Phosphate (MAP) (as P2O5)Input56.0450056.04500
36Not Elementary Flow (0) Transport of farm inputsInput27.2939227.29392
37Not Elementary Flow (0) Transport of farm inputsInput5.773715.77371
38Not Elementary Flow (0) Pea seed production, for sowingInput0.054600.05460
39Not Elementary Flow (0) Transport of farm inputsInput0.004150.00415
40Not Elementary Flow (0) FuelInput191.03770191.03770
41Not Elementary Flow (0) Transport of farm inputsInput0.114510.11451
42Not Elementary Flow (0) ElectricityInput1.690981.69098
Dataset Version01.00.000
Dataset Intended ApplicationsTo develop regionalized life cycle inventories and assessments of pea production on the Canadian prairies
Dataset URI../processes/5b923f34-271c-40a3-829c-a9ad95c7c826.xml
Dataset Access RestrictionsThese data sets are taken from reports made freely available on the CALDC
CommissionerPRISM Lab
Data EntryPRISM Lab
Approval SourcePea production source
OwnerPRISM Lab
Dataset CopyrightTrue
Dataset License TypeFree of charge for all users and uses