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Varieties for professional growers

Here you will find an overview of our varieties that are especially suitable for professional herb and vegetable growers and have proven to be excellent for organic cultivation. Some of them are the result of our own breeding programme that specialises in crops such as squashes, tomatoes and sweet peppers. Additionally, other highly reliable organic varieties supplied to us by fellow breeders in our sector are also included. De Bolster offers the best range of organic seeds for successful organic cultivation. Read more about our organic breeding or discover our range of professional varieties below.

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> Legumes
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Stamslaboon Faraday
Very fine French bean, ‘haricot vert’ type, which is stringless and has a very good flavour. This variety has a long picking period and a good shelf life, making it suitable for both processing and fresh sales. It is a productive variety, with uniform fruit setting and good Botrytis tolerance.
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Stokslaboon Cobra
Attractive, stringless pole bean with very tall plants. Mid-early variety, suitable for both greenhouse and outdoor cultivation. ‘Cobra’ has light green pods and slow-to-develop black seeds.
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Stokslaboon Neckargold
The round-podded climbing bean Neckargold is a very tasty bean. The legumes are tender, deep yellow, succulent, and 23-25 cm long. This bean has a firm plant type with a deep rooting system. Neckargold has a long harvesting period and give high yields.
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Stokslaboon Neckarkoningin
Climbing Bean round-podded Neckarkoningin is an absolute winner on both taste and yield. The 20 cm long legumes are very fleshy and stay succulent for an extraordinary long time.
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Stamsnijboon Capitano
Stringless bean with flat yellow pods, which are very tasty. ‘Capitano’ is the standard variety in its class in many countries around the world. Suitable for both mechanical and hand picking.
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Stamsnijboon Nassau
Stringless bean with flat green, really tasty pods. In many countries, ‘Nassau’ is the standard variety for mechanical harvesting, but it is also suitable for picking by hand.
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Stoksnijboon Golden Gate
Beautiful, yellow flat bean with a rather open habit. ‘Golden Gate’ is suitable for both greenhouse and outdoor production.
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Stoksnijboon Helda
Climbing bean flat-podded Helda is by far the most cultivated race for open ground. The legumes are long, quite broad and flattened. Flat-podded bean varieties are very productive. Picking regularly (twice a week) and removing beans that are too thick maintains plant vigor.
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Stoksnijboon Vitalis
Beautiful, dark green flat bean. Due to its slower development, this variety has a high percentage of first-class pods. Suitable for both greenhouse and outdoor production.
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Rijsdoperwt Eerste vroege mei
Climbing pea First Early May is an early and productive variety, suited for every type of soil. The seeds are rather fine and round.
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Kapucijner Blauwschokker
Purple snap pea Blauwschokkers is a firm crop and a dwarf type. Both the flowers and legumes are purple. Suited for fresh use and conservation.
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Rijspeul Sweet Horizon
Beautiful, very productive, climbing snow pea. Due to its tolerance of Asochyta and its resistance, this is a reliable cropper, while its long, thick pods are easy to pick.
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