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A variety with high resistance to fungal diseases, low susceptibility to pod cracking and seeds shedding.
Seed producer: Danko
Basic agrotechnical recommendations
Soil requirements and forecrop
The highest and most faithful crops are obtained on stronger soils with a neutral reaction, in good condition (uncropped), with regulated water relations. The soils of class bonit are particularly suitable for cultivation. I - IVa. Position in crop rotation: min. 3 years after manure and 4-5 years after legumes.
Good soil cultivation has a great influence on the amount of yield. After harvesting the forecrop, a group of stubble cultivations should be performed. Before winter plowing, apply phosphorus and potassium fertilization. In early spring, when the moisture level of the field allows, perform pre-sowing tillage and nitrogen fertilization.
The optimal sowing date, depending on the course of the weather, is in the period from March 20 to April 15. Row spacing 12 - 20 cm, depth 4 - 6 cm. The sowing density varies and is given for each variety in its description. Certified seed coming from a proven source should be treated with Nitragina in the case where legumes have not been grown in a given field for several years. After sowing, the stones should be picked up.
Phosphorus-potassium fertilization should be applied in autumn, according to the recommendations of the Chemical and Agricultural Station. On average, 70-80 kg P2O5 / ha and 80-90 kg K2O / ha are used, as well as a starting dose of nitrogen of up to 30 kg N / ha (before sowing).