(Phaseolus vulgaris) Early productive bush variety. Beans without fibers, on average 8 mm in diameter, 13-15 cm long, uniform, quickly acquire a characteristic color. Resistant to bean mosaic virus and anthracnose. The seeds are white. Grown for fresh consumption, canning and freezing. Very sensitive to frost. Beans are used fresh, fried, boiled, canned, the pods can be frozen.
Bean seeds are sown directly on the field from May to July. Seeds are sown 2 – 3 pieces per hole at a distance of 50 cm from each other. The pods are harvested as they mature from July to September. Beans should be grown in sunny and wind-sheltered areas. The soil needs to be weeded and loosened. You will do best in moderately moist, humus-rich soil.
Number of seeds in one package: 15g.