Gray Red Flowering Pod seeds
  • Gray Red Flowering Pod seeds

Gray Red Flowering Pod seeds

Grey Red Flowering Climbing-Pod seeds from Van Hemert & Co seeds

Grey Red Flowering climbing Pod is a very rich medium early pod. Gray Red Flowering is a very popular variety, not only because of the taste, but also because birds are less fond of it.

In addition, the plant looks very attractive with beautiful purple-red flowers.

  • rich bearing medium early pod
  • highly sought after variety
  • beautiful purple-red flowers

The plants of the gray red-flowering pod reach a height of approx. 120 cm, so cultivation along wire mesh or brushwood is recommended.

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Grey Red Flowering Climbing-Pod seeds from Van Hemert & Co seeds

Grey Red Flowering climbing Pod is a very rich medium early pod. Gray Red Flowering is a very popular variety, not only because of the taste, but also because birds are less fond of it.

In addition, the plant looks very attractive with beautiful purple-red flowers.

  • rich bearing medium early pod
  • highly sought after variety
  • beautiful purple-red flowers

The plants of the gray red-flowering pod reach a height of approx. 120 cm, so cultivation along wire mesh or brushwood is recommended.

Cultivation method Gray Red Flowering Pod

Sowing pods

Sow directly in the open ground from early March to mid-May. Sow in lines or rows with a spacing of 140 cm and space the seeds 5 cm in the row. Make sure that the soil remains sufficiently moist during growth.

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.

Sow sufficiently deep for mice and birds: 3-4 cm. Protect the plants against bird eating by means of a net.

Harvest pods

Harvest the pods from June to July. Pick the pods as young as possible while they are still juicy. Pick regularly, the peas will taste mealy when you pick later.

Pods are suitable for freezing.

Interchangeable cultivation

It is wise to also use crop rotation for pods. Only place pods in the same spot once every 6 years to minimize the risk of infection by fungal diseases.

Specifications

Reference
HC-00363
EAN
8713172003633
Tags
Brand
Van Hemert & Co zaden
In stock
3 Items

Other features

Botanic name
Pisum sativum
Cultivar
Grijze Roodbloeiende
Category
Annual
Support needed
Yes - climbing bean
Planting time
February - May
Flowering period
June - July
Height
120cm
Contents
50 gram
Collection
van Hemert & Co

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