Originator - Plant Production Institute named after V.Ya. Yuriev of NAAS.
Pysanka was included in the State Register of Plant Varieties Suitable for Dissemination in Ukraine in 2017. Recommended zones of cultivation: Woodlands and Forest-Steppe.
Variety - ukrainika.
The pubescence of plants is light-grey; flowers are violet; seeds are oval-spherical, yellow, with light-brown raphes and eyes. The 1000-seed weight is 130–180 g.
The cultivar is early-ripening; the growing period is 94-96 days.
The plant height is 70–90 cm; the lower pod attachment height is 16 cm.
Lodging resistance and shedding resistance are high. Drought resistance is high. Resistance to diseases is high.
The average protein content is 38.3%; the average oil content is 21.5%.
The potential yield amounts to 5 t/ha. The maximum yield from this cultivar was as follows: 2.46 t/ha in the Woodlands (Volyn Regional State Center for Plant Variety Examination and Horodenka State Variety Station [Ivano-Frankivska Oblast], 2014); 3.47 t/ha in the Forest-Steppe (Sumy Regional State Center for Plant Variety Examination, 2014), and 2.48 t/ha in the Steppe (Kiliya State Variety Station [Odeska Oblast, 2014).
The cultivation technology is conventional for the growing zone.