Field peas Pisum sativum L.



  • Kleine Rheinländerin

    Kleine Rheinländerin G150

    Traditional, early, high yielding variety with long pods and dark green seeds. Grows up to 40-50 cm high. Relatively frost-hardy for earliest sowing.

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    35,00 g -sufficient for 3 m²
    Ready to ship,
    delivery period: 3 - 6 days
    2,85 EUR
    1000 g = 81,43 EUR
    3,05 EUR
    1000 g = 87,13 EUR
    250 g
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    8,10 EUR
    1000 g = 32,40 EUR
    8,67 EUR
    1000 g = 34,67 EUR
    500 g
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    13,50 EUR
    1000 g = 27,00 EUR
    14,45 EUR
    1000 g = 28,89 EUR
    1 kg
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    23,40 EUR
    1000 g = 23,40 EUR
    25,04 EUR
    1000 g = 25,04 EUR
    2,5 kg
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    51,30 EUR
    1000 g = 20,52 EUR
    54,89 EUR
    1000 g = 21,96 EUR
    5 kg
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    94,50 EUR
    1000 g = 18,90 EUR
    101,12 EUR
    1000 g = 20,22 EUR
    10 kg
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    173,00 EUR
    1000 g = 17,30 EUR
    185,11 EUR
    1000 g = 18,51 EUR
    25 kg
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    413,00 EUR
    1000 g = 16,52 EUR
    441,91 EUR
    1000 g = 17,68 EUR

    Thousand Grain Weigh (ø): 194,89 g

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The pea is one of oldest foods of central Europe. The earliest finds date back to 4500 BC. There are essentially three sub-species in cultivation today.
There are round seeded garden peas which can be either harvested before they are ripe as vegetables or ripened to dried peas.
Wrinkle seeded or marrow stem peas are consumed exclusively as vegetables in the immature state and are sweeter than garden peas.
With sugar peas the whole pods can be eaten since they don't form a tough inner layer of parchment.
Peas are supplied with nitrogen from the air by the nodule forming bacteria in their roots.

Cultural tip:
An early sowing generally leads to a higher yield.


Sources:
VOGEL, G., 1996: Handbuch des speziellen Gemüsebaues. Verlag Eugen Ulmer.
WEBERLING, F. & H. O. SCHWANTES, 1987: Pflanzensystematik. Verlag Eugen Ulmer.
GEISLER, G., 1991: Farbatlas Landwirtschaftliche Kulturpflanzen. Verlag Eugen Ulmer.