Spring pea of excellent adaptability to various production conditions

  • Purpose: dry grain production;
  • Length of vegetation period: medium early.

Gold displays very early growth and is suitable for the earliest sowing dates. The pods are positioned at the top of the plant. Average height of the plant is between 50 and 70 cm. It exhibits indeterminate growth habits and has short internodes. The specificity of its tendrils allows the plant to twine from the earliest growth stages and to form crops that are resistant to lodging. Peas are round, medium large and of high quality, with protein content ranging from 23 to 25%.

Average yield: > 3.5 t/ha

Absolute weight: 170–200 g

Recommended plant density: 1.0–1.3 million plants/ha

Sowing season: from mid-March to mid-April