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Faba Beans

Faba Beans is one of our newest crops to offer. This crop is a great choice for high moisture areas. Faba beans do best in cool, wet soils with high water holding capacity. Here are a few management suggestions to help you succeed with Faba Beans. Plant early April to Mid-May. This crop handles frost very well. Faba Beans are a high user of phosphorus, and they respond well to applications. Sulfur is another nutrient that Faba Beans react well to. To optimize yield, apply sulfur. Avoid planting in high testing nitrogen or manured fields. To prevent diseases, use a seed treatment. The earlier you plant Faba beans, the risk for fungal diseases is reduced. Rotation plays a large part in the equation of disease management. Much like peas, a four year rotation is recommended. Avoiding soils that have previously had a legume crop can increase yield and plant health. 


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CDC Snowdrop

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited - PVPA 1994 - U.S. Protected Variety - pending

To be sold by variety name only as a class of certified seed.

CDC Snowdrop is the first variety of Faba Beans that Pulse USA has to offer. This variety has an excellent standability, great height, and good resistance to disease. CDC Snowdrop has resistance to Aphanomyces Root Rot. The seed is a small, smooth, cream-colored, zero-tannin type seed. CDC Snowdrop plants stand approximately 35-40" and develop white flowers. 

Seed Size: Small
Physiological Maturity:
104 Days