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Fava

Fava beans, a staple of ancient Rome, produce large delicious beans. Grown in cool conditions, they are best grown over the winter in the South or as an early spring crop in the North. Fava beans are also excellent at pulling nitrogen into the soil, so they are an excellent vegetable to plant in your rotation.

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  • Broad Windsor Fava Bean
    $2.00 Broad Windsor Fava Bean
    65-85 days.  Listed as far back as 1863, the Broad Windsor fava bean is an excellent fava bean.  Planted like peas, in the cool, it produces large pods with 5-7 beans in each.  Fava beans are also excellent at...
  • Guard-N Seed Inoculant
    $8.00 Guard-N Seed Inoculant
    Guard-N Seed Inoculant is used to naturally improve the yields of your legumes.  The inoculant helps the plants convert nitrogen in the air into a usable for for the plant, allowing the plants to create their own...