• highest yield level
  • high cultivation safety due to good winter hardiness
  • highest winter hardiness in the 2-4 leaf stage
  • early maturity + good stability = good harvest conditions
  • medium to high protein content
  • high mass formation at the beginning

High yielding with very good winter hardiness

Winter peas can make optimal use of winter moisture and have a similar early maturity as winter barley.
FRESNEL has very good winter hardiness, which can be supported by sowing date, sowing depth and sufficient hardening off. The frost tolerance of winter peas is about -10 °C, possible winter damage is usually regenerated by the good tillering ability.
Plant protection
Sead treatment and flowering treatment if required.
Weeds / grass weeds: pre-emergence

General description

 General description
- - - - - - - - - - 0 + + + + + + + + + +

---- = very low resistance/early/short, ++++ = very high resistance/late/long

Plant length
Beginning of flowering
Length of flowering
Lodging resistance
Winter hardiness

Yield & Quality
Yield potential
Protein content
Protein yield
Thousand grain weight

Sowing depth
4-6 cm
Plant density
80-120 plants/sqm (TGW 200-230 g)
Sowing time
beginn of october till beginn of november

Norddeutsche Pflanzenzucht Hans Georg Lembke KG, Germany
All variety descriptions have been prepared in accordance to the best of our knowledge, considering trial results and observations. A guarantee or a liability in individual cases is not possible, because the growth conditions are subject to substantial fluctuations.