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Broad beans variety seeds - Super Aguadulce

Broad beans variety seeds - Super Aguadulce
Broad beans variety seeds - Super Aguadulce
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Online catalog for seeds of vegetables and fruits semenata.org presents a variety of seeds of the Super Guadulce Broad beans at a great price, which is part of our rich catalog and always available for all lovers and producers of this type of legume.

The super Aguadulce Broad beans are an annual crop and, along with such staples as chickpeas and lentils, are among those first cultivated globally thousands of years ago. Broad bean was an integral part of the menu of the ancient Romans and Greeks. The plant, in its already cultivated form, originates from antiquity and comes from Asian, North African, South American, and European lands to conquer literally the whole world with its high nutritional qualities.

The super Aguadulce Broad beans grow up to nearly 90 centimeters when grown properly. It makes pods that develop extremely large and tasty beans, just like growing Broad beans or bean seeds.

Depending on the traditions of the respective cuisine and the preferences of the consumers, Broad beans can be eaten fresh /the grains as well as the young fresh leaves/, as well as cooked - fried, stewed, steamed, boiled, blanched, mashed or baked.

Few people know that Broad beans are a substitute for coffee, and today it is hard to guess given the different applications of the two crops in our lives.

It is an integral part of the menu in a number of Arab countries, including China, Italy, and elsewhere, including in our country, where it has quickly won positions over time.

This specially cultivated variety of Super Guadulce beans gives high yields with proper cultivation and has amazing taste qualities and useful ingredients. Specialists from the semenata.org garden catalog for the home team explain that this delicious legume is sown in March in the spring or at the end of September in the fall.

When sowing the Broad beans Super Aguadulce, it is done in rows, the distance between them should be from 40 to 80 centimeters, and between the plants in the individual rows - from 15 to 20 centimeters. Three-row sowing gives the best result, according to the experience of agricultural producers in our country.

Sowing itself is recommended to be done 3 to 5 centimeters deep into the soil for the best possible results.

When the grains start to come out of the pods, it is time to harvest the pods, while being careful that the pods do not grow too large.

The variety is highly valued because, in addition to being fresh and fresh for salads and dishes, the Super Aguadulce Broad beans can be preserved and frozen, so that everyone can ensure this ancient, healthy and delicious food on their table during the winter months.

Cut / number of seeds: 50 g (20 - 50 seeds), 500 g (200 - 500 seeds)

Sowing rate: From 14 to 18 kilograms per 1 decare.

Harvest:-

Sowing period: In March and in September.

Planting period: Broad beans Super Aguadulce varietal seeds are sown directly without having to make seedlings.

Cultivation scheme: Sow in March and September at a depth of 3-4 centimeters in rows.

Vegetation: 75 - 90 days

Fruit Characteristics: Pods with 8 grains in them.

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