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Beans

Spring and winter beans

The demand for limiting reliance on imports and increasing homegrown protein is increasing and we have winter beans which are suited to the UK climate available. 

Both organic and conventional spring and winter beans are available. Please get in touch for more details or to place an order.

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Spring Beans

spring beans

Fanfare

Conventional

Organic

A high yielding consistent favourite. Fully Recommended, it has high standing power, and has the pale hilum demanded by export markets. 

spring beans

Lynx

Conventional

High resistance to downy mildew with a strong standing, Lynx is a good variety to consider and especially popular for those in the West of the UK and Ireland.

Victus Spring Bean cope seeds

Conventional

Organic

A new Low vicine and convicine type which sits at the top of the list for yield, while offering the earliest ripening of any other listed variety. Good standing and good mildew resistance.

Winter Beans

Winter beans at Cope Seeds & Grain

Honey

Conventional

Honey is the earliest maturing, shortest variety on the PGRO Recommended List with very stiff straw. The combination of excellent standing ability and early maturity makes Honey ideally suited to higher fertility and moisture production areas and also the North and West of the UK.
Honey produces large, attractive seed suitable for the export market.

Tundra Winter Beans - Cope Seeds web

Tundra

Conventional

Organic

Listed in 2014, Tundra Winter Beans are becoming the established winter bean variety taking 69% of the market. Tundra offers a yield advantage of 5% over Wizard according to the latest PGRO list. It is an early ripening variety with straw length and standing power similar to Wizard. Having a pale hilum colour, this makes it highly suited for export. Tundra has a coloured flower and is a high tannin type bean.

Tundra Winter Beans - Cope Seeds web

Vespa

Conventional

Vespa is on the PGRO Recommended List 2020 as the highest yielding variety, with yields that are 5% higher than other varieties on the market.

With a large seed size, improved standing ability and short, stiff straw, Vespa has a large grain and pale hilum that makes it suitable for both export and animal feed markets.

An excellent variety to consider.