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Eleonora Broad Beans Organic seeds
  • Eleonora Broad Beans Organic seeds
  • Eleonora Broad Beans Organic seeds

Eleonora Broad Beans Organic seeds

Organically grown Eleonora broad beans are known for their good production and wind resistance. Eleonora is a professional broad bean variety from De Bolster. Eleonora broad bean produces quite fine, long and shiny pods. The broad beans have an excellent taste and are very suitable for freezing. Eleonora broad beans are brown-boiling.

  • professional broad bean variety
  • fine, long shiny pods
  • low strong wind resistant variety
  • brown cooking

Eleonora broad bean is a strong crop and only 40-80cm high. This broad bean is therefore not very sensitive to falling over and is even suitable as a windbreak for other crops.

Suitable for any soil type and makes few demands on fertilization. Broad beans have good cold tolerance.

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Description

Organically grown Eleonora broad beans are known for their good production and wind resistance. Eleonora is a professional broad bean variety from De Bolster. Eleonora broad bean produces quite fine, long and shiny pods. The broad beans have an excellent taste and are very suitable for freezing. Eleonora broad beans are brown-boiling.

  • professional broad bean variety
  • fine, long shiny pods
  • low strong wind resistant variety
  • brown cooking

Eleonora broad bean is a strong crop and only 40-80cm high. This broad bean is therefore not very sensitive to falling over and is even suitable as a windbreak for other crops.

Suitable for any soil type and makes few demands on fertilization. Broad beans have good cold tolerance.

Cultivation method Eleonora broad beans

Sowing broad beans

Sow broad beans directly in the open ground at the place of destination from early March to mid-April. For an early crop, pre-sow the broad beans under glass from February and plant them out at the beginning of March.

Sow or plant broad beans on lines with a distance of 60cm and a distance of 20cm between the seeds. Sowing closer will not yield extra pod yield!

Broad beans are sensitive to infestation by black louse. To prevent black aphids, it is advisable to pinch the tops from the plants as soon as they are fully grown and start flowering. A few rows of dill between the broad beans also protects the plants somewhat. If necessary, combat black louse with a biological protective agent.

It is recommended to protect broad beans against bird damage with the help of a net.

Do not use fresh manure for fertilization, this will result in excessive leaf growth.

Harvest broad beans

The harvest of the broad beans depends on the sowing time and falls between the end of June and the beginning of August.

The harvest period is relatively short, sow during different sowing dates to get a wider spread.

100% organic seeds

These seeds from De Bolster are 100% organic seeds: pure nature!

De Bolster uses no artificial fertilizers, pesticides and the seeds are completely free of genetic modification (GMO). Because the Bolster seeds are 100% organic and the production process is controlled by the independent institute 'Skal Biocontrole', these seeds are allowed to carry the EKO and European BIO quality mark.

EU BIO de bolster organic seeds

With the organic seeds of De Bolster you are sure of a healthy and organic start to your cultivation!

Specifications

Reference
BS-1210
EAN
8717202600229
Tags
Brand
De Bolster

Other features

English names
Broad Bean, English Bean, European Bean, Fava Bean, Field Bean, Horse Bean, Windsor
Botanic name
Vicia Faba
Cultivar
Eleonora
Category
Annual
Support needed
No - dwarf bean
Position
full sun
Organic Seeds
Organic
Planting time
January - April
Flowering period
June - July
Height
40-80cm
Color
Green
Contents
75 gram
Sufficient for m²
4 m²
Collection
De Bolster