Fodder sowing pea Turnia
- Plants of medium height, with a medium early flowering time and maturing period time and with an average TGW. Red-purple flowers and beige-purple speckled seeds.
- Turnia yields are very high (it achieved a yield of 108% of the standard in 2018 and an average of 104% of the standard in 2016–2019). Such a high level of yielding makes Turnia the highest and most stable yielding forage pea on the market. It is characterised by excellent health.
- The Turnia fodder pea is characterised by high lodging resistance due to the developed sticking tendrils.
- It has the ability to adapt to various climatic and soil conditions in Europe.
Utility and agricultural features:
resistance to lodging
about 200 g
Disease resistance according to Coboru:
7,9 very high
7,7 very high
7,4 very high