Phaseolus vulgaris L.
A variety of the latest generation, with high production capacity, ideal for spring sowing both under greenhouse and in open fields but also suitable for late sowing in August - September. Very resistant to common diseases. The dwarf plant, stands upright (50-55 cm tall) with non-abundant leaves, provides an excellent production both quantitatively and qualitatively. The pods, extra-fine, about 15-16 cm long, 0,8 cm diameter, are very tender and have a bright green colour. The seeds are white, of small-calibre and do not become apparent on the surface of the pod, not even when ripe. The French Beans can be used fresh, canned or frozen. They are particularly rich in protein, B vitamins, calcium and iron. SOWING: Spring – Summer.
da cornetti a baccello verde
Precocious dwarf variety with high productivity ideal for growing in greenhouse and in the open field. Extra fine pods, bright green colour, long with round section. White seeds, small calibre. Vigorous plant, upright, 50-55 cm high, with medium-sized leaves. SOWING: It is sown from January, under shelter, up to August in the open field, in rows distant 40-50 cm with 65-75 Kg/hectare. The staggered harvest is done about 50-70 days from sowing. The beans can be used either fresh or canned or frozen.
A middle-late variety that is suitable for the fresh market but is also widely used in the food industry. It can be grown in different environmental conditions, even in hot climates. The plant produces thin, smooth pods that are dark green and uniform and grow 13-14 cm long. Boston is very erect and robust plant and produces enormous quantities of long and tender pods. SOWING: Spring – Summer. It has a very long harvesting time.
Early variety. Plant medium-low erected with reduced foliage. Very productive and concentrated ripening that adapts well to mechanical harvesting. Long pods rights cm. 13-14 caliber 8-9 of a dark green color ideal for both fresh consumption and industrial.
It can be grown both for early harvest in late spring or late harvest in autumn .
Medium early variety. medium-tall plant with good leaf coverage of high productivity.
Ideal for handpicking also if is well suited to mechanical harvest. Pods cylindrical elongated cm. 14-15 caliber 7-8 of a brilliant dark green color very much appreciated for consumption.
Great for summer harvest.
Extra thin bean with white grains. Dwarf plant with good leaf coverage, resistant to common bean diseases. It produces many pods, 14 cm long and 7-8 mm in diameter, shiny dark green.
It is sown in open field from May to July. In protected environment you can also anticipate the sowing in late winter.
Quite early variety which matures in 55 days. Flattish, quite large black seeds. Green foliage with violet blooms. Green pods, not stringy. Long and straight, contains 5 - 7 seeds. SOWING: sown from February, protected, to August in the field in rows 40-50 cm apart with 75-85 kg for hectare. Harvesting 40-70 days after sowing.
Dwarf green conical variety, precocious, dark seed of brown colour. It has quite long pods, fleshy and of a dark green colour. The Dwarf French Beans can be used fresh, canned or frozen. Particularly rich in protein, vitamin B, calcium and iron. SOWING: from mid February, in a protected environment, up to August in full field, in rows distant 40-50 cm with 75-85 kgs/hectare of seeds. Harvesting is done in several stages when the pods reach the length of 10-12 cm, 50-70 days after seeding.
Dwarf and early variety, from small green horns, with white seed. Long, straight with round section and bright green pod. The beans can be used fresh, canned or frozen. They are particularly rich in protein, vitamin B, calcium and iron.
SOWING: from February, in protected environment, to the end of August in open field, in 40-50 cm distant rows using 80-100 kg/hectare seed. Pick up occurs repetitively, starting 70 days after sowing.
Very early variety, stringy. Seeds are white and violet in colour. Produces long, straight, thin pods which are light green in colour. The pods are picked gradually while still thin and tender, beginning 50 – 60 days after sowing. SOWING: sown from March to August in rows 40-50 cm apart; 85-100 kg of seeds should be used for hectare. Harvesting 120-130 days after swing.
A medium precocious variety, mangiatutto type exceptional for productivity and taste, as well as for the very tender texture of the pods. Dwarf plant with excellent resistance, good leaf coverage, from green cones, without strings, mangiatutto, wide, flattened, bright green colour. SOWING: It is sown from March to August in rows at a distance of 40-50 cm. The amount of seeds needed is 85-100 kg/hectare. Harvesting is done in stages 70-80 days from sowing.
Dwarf variety of green cones, late with cylindrical curved pods, 25 cm long, arranged in pairs. Small kidney-shaped seeds, yellowish colour with typical black halo around its white hilum, hence the name of cowpea. The beans can be used fresh or frozen. SOWING: it is sown in the open field from March to August in rows at a distance of 40-50 cm with 75-85 kg/hectare of seeds. Harvesting is done staggered when the pods are still tender, 60-70 days after sowing.
FAG367 STREGONTA NANO
Vigorous and extremely productive compact growing plant. Can be set in large field as well as buried. It has beautiful cream colored with intense bright red streaks, about 16 cm long pods, containing in the average 7 kidney-shaped, cream colored purple red streaked grains. SOWING: from March to mid July in 50-70 cm distant rows, when temperature is over 12 °C and the soil is sufficiently humid, using 120-150 kg/hectare seed. Picking up of the beans happens after 85-90 days.
FAG369 BORLOTTO ROSSO
To be shelled, early dwarf, standing, high productive variety. Vigorous, 50-55 cm high plant, with 13-15 cm long and intense red with lighter cream colored striped pods. Its pods usually carrying 6 oval-shaped cream colored, streaked with red purple grains. It can be used fresh or for industry. SOWING: Goes from March to mid July, in 50-70 cm distant rows, when temperature is over 10-12°C and the soil is sufficiently humid, using 120-150 kg/hectare seed.
FAG370 BORLOTTO LINGUA
DI FUOCO NANO
Dwarf variety, to shell, medium-precocious, very productive, suitable for the fresh market and for dry consumption. Cream coloured red mottled seed. Long, wide, straight pod with red striations.
SOWING: from March to August in rows at a distance of 50-70 cm, when the temperature exceeds 10-12 C° and the soil has a good content of humidity, employing 100-120 Kg of seeds per hectare.
da cornetti a baccello giallo
Varietà nana, precoce, seme nero. Baccelli lunghi, dritti, a sezione ovale, di colore giallo dorato. I baccelli raggiungono la lunghezza di 12-13 cm, 50-70 giorni dopo la semina. I fagiolini possono essere utilizzati allo stato fresco, inscatolati o surgelati. SEMINA: si esegue da gennaio, in coltura protetta, fino a tutto agosto in pieno campo, in file distanti 40-50 cm.
Early, very productive variety. Ideal in the greenhouse or the field. Strong plant which grows to a height of 50-55 cm clear yellow pods, 11-12 cm. Long straight and exceptionally uniform. White, cilindrical seeds which do not mark the pods surface. Virus and bacterior resistent. SOWING: sown in the field from march to august in rows 40-50 cm apart using 75-85 kg of seeds per hectare to be picked gradually 60-70 days after sowing, when the pods are still tender.
Precocious dwarf variety, to shell, suitable for the production of fresh and dry grain.ÊLong, wide, straight pod and with bright red striations.Ê White seed. SOWING: done in spring in rows or in small holes at a distance of 50-70 cm, taking care to place 4-5 seeds in every hole. About 120 kg per hectare are required.