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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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  • Packing / number of seeds: 50 g (20 - 50 seeds), 500 g (200 - 500 seeds)
  • Sowing rate: 14 to 18 kg per 1 ha.
  • Yield.
  • Sowing period: March and September.
  • Sowing period: The seeds of Bacla Super Gudaulche are sown discretely without the need to make seedlings.
  • Sow in March and September 3-4 cm deep in rows.
  • 75-90 days
  • Fruit characteristics: Pods with 8 seeds in them.

Shop online presents Super Guadulce bean seeds at a great price, which is part of our extensive catalog and always available for all lovers and growers of this type of legume.

The Super Guadalupe bean is an annual crop and, along with such staples as chickpeas and lentils, is among those first cultivated worldwide thousands of years ago. It was the broad bean that was 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 take over literally the whole world with its high nutritional qualities.

The Super Guadalupe Buckthorn grows to nearly 90 centimetres when grown properly. It produces pods that develop extremely large and tasty grains, just like pea or bean seeds.

Depending on the traditions of the cuisine concerned and the preferences of the consumer, broad beans can be eaten fresh /ripe as well as the young fresh leaves/ or cooked - fried, steamed, boiled, blanched, mashed or baked.

Few people know that broad beans are a surrogate for coffee and today this is difficult to assume given the different uses of the two crops in our everyday life.

It is a menu staple in many Arab countries, China, Italy and elsewhere, including our own country, where it has quickly gained ground over time.

This specially cultivated variety of Super Guadulce bean produces high yields when grown properly, has incredible taste and beneficial ingredients. Experts from the garden shop team explain that this delicious broad bean is sown in March in spring or at the end of September in autumn.

When sowing the Super Guadulcheto, it is done in rows, with a distance of 40 to 80 centimetres between them, and 15 to 20 centimetres between plants in individual rows. Three-row sowing gives the best result, according to the experience of growers in this country.

The sowing itself is recommended to be carried out 3 to 5 cm above the soil for the best possible results.

When the grains start to come out of the pods, it is time to harvest the broad beans, taking care that the pods do not grow too large.

The variety is highly prized because, as well as fresh for salads and dishes, Super Guadalupe broad beans are canned and frozen, so everyone can have this ancient, useful and delicious food on their table throughout the winter months.

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