|Item Number||Italian Name||Scientific Name|
|Phaseolus Vulgaris L.|
A early, very productive variety that is ideal in the greenhouse or the field. A strong plant which grows to a height of 20 - 22 inches with 2 - 3 inch clear yellow pods. It is long straight and exceptionally uniform. Its white, cylindrical seeds which do not mark the pods surface and is virus and bacterial resistant.
Sown in the field from march to august in rows 16 - 20 inches apart using 165 - 185 pounds of seeds per hectare to be picked gradually 60-70 days after sowing, when the pods are still tender.