Priamus is a predominantly white, but also red flowering broad bean for use as a tasty vegetable. The variety is planted in October or November and winters even in northern latitudes due to its extreme frost hardiness. The variety grows very well and brings high yields. With a TKG of almost 1000g, the beans are rather small compared to other broad beans. The beans are light green and light yellow when dried. The variety is stable, medium to high and due to the cultivation over winter, early. She copes well with dry springs. The taste is balanced.
Low demands on fertilization and irrigation. Also thrives in dry locations.
October to November. Sowing depth: 4 – 8 cm.
5 – 20 ° C, 8 – 14 days.
Sowing depth: 5 – 8 cm. No fertilization required. Weed regularly. Piling recommended.
10 x 50 cm.
June to August.