Broad bean "Aguadulce Supersimonia".
Medium early (from germination to technical ripeness 71-89 days) variety. Plants are medium-leafy, 1-1.2 m high. Pods are long, wide, strongly curved, green in technical ripeness. The grains are large, elongated-oval, white. Cold-resistant, moisture and light-loving culture, grown on any soil, under any weather conditions. Planting beans scares off Colorado beetles and moles, enriches the soil with nitrogen. Variety value: super unpretentious cultivation, excellent taste of unripe grains. They are eaten fresh, boiled and canned. Recommended for diet food.
Eng.: Broad bean. Suom.: Härkäpapu. Sven.: Bondböna.