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Vegetable beans: popular varieties

Curly beans in the fields of NK-Russian vegetable garden

Of all the variety of types of beans, the most common are common or vegetable beans, characterized by a wide variety: from bush, with a compact growth of 20-40 cm in height, to curly, with a stem length of up to 1.5 meters or more. Russian summer residents in conditions of 6 acres often grow varieties of vegetable beans with a compact bush, mainly sugar without fiber, which can be successfully grown even by the most uninitiated gardeners. Although varieties of climbing vegetable beans, which have high decorative qualities, have a huge army of loyal fans.

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The choice of varieties of vegetable beans offered today by Russian specialized companies is very large. Let's dwell on the most popular varieties.

  • Great Treat - high-yielding late-ripening variety, ripening period 125-135 days. Climbing plants with a height of 2.5-3.5 m. Shoulder beans 15 cm long, without parchment layer and fiber, green in technical ripeness. The beans are white, very large, each weighing about 2 g, excellent taste. The variety has excellent yields in any zone.
  • Bona - mid-season sugar variety, plants up to 25 cm high, not spreading. The beans are light green, up to 14 cm long, without a parchment layer. The seeds are suitable for freezing and canning.
  • Diamond - bush variety with asparagus-type beans. Mid-season, begins to bear fruit on the 65th day from germination. Bean leaves in technical ripeness do not contain a coarse parchment layer. Pods are sugar, fleshy, straight, 10-15 cm long, wide. The taste is pleasant, delicate. Ripe seeds are white with high nutritional value.
  • News - early ripe, sugar variety, bush up to 48 cm high. Beans are green, straight, medium length, fleshy. The variety is distinguished by a friendly yield of the harvest and good product quality.
  • Violetta - mid-season variety. Fruiting 55-60 days from germination. The plants are tall, the length of the shoots is up to 2.5 m, curly, require support when growing. Sugar-type scapula beans - without parchment layer and fiber, intensely colored. Universal use, suitable for home cooking and seasonal preparations, including freezing. The variety has an excellent yield of beans in any region - 2-2.5 kg / m2. Differs in high decorativeness.
  • Gerda - early ripening variety. A climbing plant, up to 3 meters high, requires a garter to a support. Beans up to 20 cm long, without parchment layer.
  • Dialogue - mid-season, sugar variety. The beans are green, 12-14 cm long. The seeds are white. The variety is distinguished by the amicable ripening of beans.
  • Crane - early ripening high-protein variety. Ripening 40-45 days after germination. The plants are bushy, compact, 40-50 cm high. The beans are smooth, 12-13 cm long. The pods have no parchment layer, the taste is very tender and juicy. Differs in a consistently high yield - up to 1.5 kg / m2.
  • Fun - mid-season variety. Bush plant, up to 40 cm high. Beans 9–10 cm long, white, without parchment and fiber.
  • Mystery - mid-season variety. Bush plant, up to 45 cm high. Beans 12-13 cm long, without parchment and fiber.
  • Golden Sachs - an early ripe high-yielding variety of sugar beans with a growing season up to seed collection of 50–55 days. Compact, low bush. The beans are juicy, without a parchment layer.
  • Green-pod 517 - sugar bush variety. The pods are long, with dark brown seeds. The variety is suitable for canning.
  • Cinderella - early ripening, sugar, bush 50–55 cm high. The beans are curved in technical ripeness, 12–14 cm long. The whole bean is used for food, together with the valves, which lack a hard parchment layer.
  • Speck - mid-season variety, 55 days from germination to fruiting. A climbing plant, the length of the whips reaches 2 m. Recommended for growing on supports. Beans without parchment layer and fiber, 15-17 cm long.Due to its high decorativeness, it can be used for vertical gardening, creating shady corners.
  • Shrub without fiber 85 - mid-early sugar variety with a growing season before harvesting the blades of 60–65 days. The beans are good for canning.
  • Lambada - high-yielding medium late variety, from germination to the beginning of harvesting 75-85 days. The plant is climbing. Pods are of medium length 14-15 cm, wide. Parchment and fiber are absent early in the development of the scapula. The taste is excellent. Suitable for growing and as a climbing ornamental annual plant.
  • Landra Kustovaya - mid-season sugar variety with amicable ripening of pods. The pods are yellow, long, suitable for canning and freezing.
  • Mauritanian - mid-season variety. Climbing plant, up to 3 meters high. Pods up to 18 cm long, without parchment layer, with black seeds.
  • Oil King - an early ripening gourmet variety of asparagus beans. Bushes up to 40 cm high. Beans Shoulder-blades are golden-yellow, asparagus, without a hard parchment layer, 22–25 cm long, ripen together. The taste is excellent, ideal for cooking and canning.
  • Fashionista - early ripening variety, from germination to technical ripeness of beans - 50-60 days. The bush is 40-50 cm high. The beans are up to 18 cm long, wide, of an attractive variegated color. The plant ripens up to 70-75 beans. The variety is sugar (asparagus), the bean shells do not contain a layer of parchment and coarse fibers. The taste is pleasant, delicate. Recommended for home cooking and seasonal preparations - canning and freezing.
  • Mriya - mid-season variety. The plant is 35–40 cm high, forms up to 40 sugar fruits without a parchment layer.
  • Mulatto - high-yielding mid-season variety. From germination to technical ripeness of beans 55-60 days. Bush plants, undersized. Beans without parchment and fiber, 15-17 cm long, fleshy. The taste is excellent. The variety is resistant to drought and low temperatures, gives high and stable yields in any zone.
  • Octave - early ripening sugar variety. Plants up to 40 cm high. Pods are straight, up to 16 cm long.
  • Pagoda - mid-season variety. Bush plant, 50–55 cm high. Beans up to 16–17 cm long, without fiber and parchment layer.
  • Polestar - a fruitful, sugar curly variety. The taste of the beans is very high.
  • Purple queen - an excellent mid-season variety, the period from germination to technical ripeness is 55-60 days. Bush plants, undersized, do not require support. Beans 15-17 cm long, in technical ripeness without parchment layer and fiber. The variety is resistant to bacteriosis, tolerates drought and low temperatures well.
  • Dewdrop - mid-season variety. Bush plant, up to 35–40 cm high. Beans 10–11 cm long, without parchment and fiber.
  • Rumba - mid-season variety. The period from germination to technical ripeness is 65-85 days. The plant is 3-3.5 m long and requires support for growth. The beans are long, without a parchment layer, purple. Excellent taste. Universal use.
  • Sachs without fiber 615 - early ripening sugar variety. Plants are compact, up to 35 cm high, slightly spreading. The beans are cylindrical, fleshy, juicy, green, up to 12 cm long, with grayish-yellow seeds. The taste is excellent.
  • Serenade - an early ripe variety of a bush form. The period from germination to technical ripeness is 45-50 days. Marble beans: green with red-pink spots, without parchment layer and fiber, 15 - 17 cm long. Excellent taste.
  • Supernano Yellow - an early ripe variety of bush beans. The period from sowing to technical ripeness is 60-63 days. The plant is compact, forms a bush with a height of 30-45cm. The beans are juicy, straight, 10-12cm long, wide, without parchment and fiber. The color of beans in technical ripeness is green, in biological ripeness it is bright yellow. The taste is excellent.
  • Taiga - mid-season sugar variety. Pods are green, slightly curved, cylindrical, 16–18 cm long, smooth. Productivity 1.2 kg / sq.m.
  • Tiraspol - mid-early bush grade of canned sugar beans. Beans without parchment and fiber. Fresh and canned taste is high.
  • Triumph Sugar 764 - early ripening bush sugar variety. Technical ripeness occurs in 45-50 days. Sugar beans, no fiber, 12-15 cm long. Seeds of excellent taste.
  • Station wagon - early ripening sugar bush variety. Beans without parchment and fiber. The taste is very high.
  • Fantasy - mid-season variety. Plants 40–45 cm high. Beans 15–16 cm long, sugarless, without fiber, contain up to 6 seeds.
  • Flamingo - early ripening variety, from germination to technical ripeness 45-55 days. Bush plants, 50-60 cm high. Each plant is tied with 50-60 pieces. beans up to 15 cm long. The taste of the product is excellent. The variety is unpretentious, resistant to adverse weather conditions.
  • Hunter - mid-ripening curly, very productive, sugar variety. Pods are long, wide, straight, without fibers.
  • Jubilee 287 - mid-season sugar variety, plants up to 40 cm high. Beans up to 14 cm long. The beans are juicy, fleshy, of excellent taste, have very high nutritional qualities and healing properties.

Based on materials from the newspaper "Ural Gardener"

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