1757 - BUSH SHELL BEAN -BORLOTTO AMARANTO
Very early variety (72-76 days from sowing) of bush borlotto; high productivity and adaptability to different conditions. Good seal in the field and suitable for mechanical harvesting. Pod with dark red streaks on a light background; length between 12 and 16 cm, 5-6 seeds per pod. It also lends itself to freezing. Sowing: from mid-April to mid-July. Resistors: BCMV
Leguminosae / Papilionaceae family Sowing: directly planted only when the temperature has stabilized on values above 10 ° c; in practice starting from March in the southern regions and elsewhere starting from April. The sowing can be scalar until June so as to be able to harvest the beans at different times. The cultural cycle varies from 2 to 3 months. Seeds required: 1.5 - 2 kg. For 100 square meters of land. Distances: sow in rows 40/50 cm apart. burying 3-4 seeds 20/25 cm apart along the rows. The seed must be buried by 2-3 cm. Fertilization: Beans grow well in fertile soils that have only been fertilized with organic fertilizers the year before sowing. Avoid using unripe manure. Useful advice: it is advisable to slightly tamp the soil around the plants so as to form longitudinal furrows.