Green seeded dry field peas for food (PIL05) or feed (PIL03). Pesticides for PILOV (Pesticides for field use (P.0503), P.0503 (P.0503) and P.0503 (P.0503). It has excellent pre-sowing performance. A semi-deciduous, ducky, medium-large variety. Fast initial development. Plants are medium tall (average 70-85 cm) with white flowers. Thousand-seed weight medium (170-190 g), uniform seed colour. Stand height at harvest is expected to be about 50-65 cm, with good drying resistance. It has an excellent yield of more than 6 t/ha, with an average yield of 4.0-5.5 t/ha under local climatic conditions. Its crude protein content of 21-23% is combined with an excellent protein yield per hectare. The TIA and TIU values relevant for the composition of feed mixtures are in the low range among winter peas.
It has generally good disease resistance. Sowing is recommended from mid-October, depending on the location. The variety is essentially an autumn variety, but in exceptional cases early spring (February) sowing is possible, provided the soil is suitable.
The recommended seed rate is 1.0-1.1 million sprouts/ha, averaging 200 kg/ha. Protected variety (EU).
Yellow seeded dry field pea for food (PIL05) or feed (PIL03). A high yielding autumn sown variety with excellent winter hardiness and disease tolerance. Excellent forage performance. A semi-deciduous, duckling, medium-early variety. Initial development is moderately rapid. Plant height is low to medium (70-76 cm), losing 20-25% of its height at harvest, very good drought resistance and white flower colour. Seeds are yellow, smooth-surfaced, rounded (slightly cylindrical) and uniform in colour. It has a medium kernel weight (180-200 g) and an excellent yield of more than 6 t/ha, of which an average of 4,0-5,5 t/ha can be obtained under the local climatic conditions. Protein yield per hectare is outstanding. From a feeding point of view, it is significant that the TIA and TIU values are in the low category among winter peas. Sowing is recommended from mid-October onwards, depending on the location, so that the crop reaches the favourable height of 4 cm before winter sets in. The variety is basically an autumn variety, but in exceptional cases it can be sown in early spring (February) if the soil is suitable. The recommended seed rate is 1.0-1.1 million sprouts/ha, averaging 200 kg/ha. Protected variety (EU).