Dwarf Blauwschokker Capucin seeds
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Dwarf Blauwschokker Capucin seeds

Dwarf Blauwschokker capuchin seeds - Van Hemert en Co seeds

Low Blauwschokker Capucijners is a low productive capuchin variety with purple-blue pods. The capuchins can be eaten fresh or stored dry. This low Blue-throated Capucijner is only 80 cm high, so it is not necessary to grow along wire mesh or brushwood and also makes picking a lot easier.

  • low capuchin terrace
  • easy picking
  • purple-blue pods
  • suitable for freezing

This Blue-throated capuchin plant does not suffer much from night frost.

Capuchins can be compared to garden peas, only the peas can be consumed. It is most common to consume the peas fresh, freezing after blanching is also possible. A final option is to let the capuchin peas ripen and use the dried peas.

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Dwarf Blauwschokker capuchin seeds - Van Hemert en Co seeds

Low Blauwschokker Capucijners is a low productive capuchin variety with purple-blue pods. The capuchins can be eaten fresh or stored dry. This low Blue-throated Capucijner is only 80 cm high, so it is not necessary to grow along wire mesh or brushwood and also makes picking a lot easier.

  • low capuchin terrace
  • easy picking
  • purple-blue pods
  • suitable for freezing

This Blue-throated capuchin plant does not suffer much from night frost.

Capuchins can be compared to garden peas, only the peas can be consumed. It is most common to consume the peas fresh, freezing after blanching is also possible. A final option is to let the capuchin peas ripen and use the dried peas.

Sowing low-stem dwarf capuchins

Sow capuchin peas directly in the field from early March to mid-May. Sow in lines or rows 50cm apart, placing 2 peas together in the row with 10cm space between each pair of peas and the next. Make sure that the soil remains sufficiently moist during growth.

Do not use fresh farmyard manure.

It is best not to grow capuchins or peas in the same place every year. Protect the plants against bird eating.

Low stem capuchins dwarf harvest

Harvest capuchins from May to July. The pods can be harvested fresh or dried.

Tip: protect the crop against bird damage with nets.

For all capuchins, peas and pods, an early cultivation (March/April) yields better results. With a later cultivation from May, this can cause fewer pods and problems with mildew.

Specifications

Reference
HC-00350
EAN
8713172003503
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

Botanic name
Pisum sativum
Cultivar
Dwarf Blauwschokker
Category
Annual
Support needed
No - dwarf bean
Planting time
February - May
Flowering period
July
May -
Height
80cm
Color
Purple
Contents
50 gram
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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