Compass Haricot Vert dwarf bean seeds
  • Compass Haricot Vert dwarf bean seeds

Compass Haricot Vert dwarf bean seeds

French bean Compass is a bean of the French type  Haricot Vert or also  Coniferous bean. Compass is an early pedigree and a real gardener's variety. The Compass stock bean crop is very firm and produces nice extra-fine haricot verts.

  • Early cultivation
  • extra fine haricot vert
  • True gardener's variety 
  • Sturdy crop

The thin haricot vert pods are about 12-14 long and very easy to pick. For the best taste the harvest the haricot vert young.

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Description

French bean Compass is a bean of the French type  Haricot Vert or also  Coniferous bean. Compass is an early pedigree and a real gardener's variety. The Compass stock bean crop is very firm and produces nice extra-fine haricot verts.

  • Early cultivation
  • extra fine haricot vert
  • True gardener's variety 
  • Sturdy crop

The thin haricot vert pods are about 12-14 long and very easy to pick. For the best taste the harvest the haricot vert young.

Cultivation method Haricot Vert

Open field cultivation

Family beans can generally be sown a little earlier than pole beans. Because stem beans do not need support, choosing a suitable location is easier.

Sow the standard beans directly in the field from mid-May to mid-July. For early cultivation, sow under glass from mid-April and plant out in the second half of May.

Greenhouse cultivation

For early cultivation, standard beans can be pre-sown in a greenhouse from late March to mid-May.

Pitch

During germination and during the initial growth period, the stem beans need a lot of heat. After that, beans also need sufficient heat and moderately moist soil. Therefore, choose a sunny and sheltered position in the garden or greenhouse. Especially with early or late sowing, the results are highly dependent on the weather.

In wet and cold weather, the beans germinate poorly, so do not sow earlier than the indicated period. The beans can also be pre-soaked overnight to speed up germination.

All standard beans require a humus-rich, slightly moist soil, but do not use fresh farmyard manure, this contains too much nitrogen and causes too much leaf growth.

Keep a planting distance of approximately 40 x 10 cm.

Specifications

Reference
HC-00158
EAN
8713172001585
Tags
haricot vert
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden

Other features

English names
Common Bean, Flagelot, French Bean, Frijol, Green Bean, Haricot, Haricots Verts, Kidney Bean, Runner Bean, Salad Bean, Snap Bean, String Bean, Wax Bean
Botanic name
Phaseolus Vulgaris
Cultivar
Compass
Category
Annual
Support needed
No - dwarf bean
Extra feature
Haricot vert
Planting time
March - July
Flowering period
July - September
Height
40cm
Color
Green
Contents
30 grams
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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