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105742
Accession number
105742
Holding institute
Institute code
USA974
Acquisition Date
14 July 2006
Biological status of accession
Advanced/improved cultivar
Type of germplasm storage
Seed collection
Availability for distribution
Available for distribution
ITPGRFA MLS
Status not provided
Safety duplication institute
Taxonomy provided to Genesys
Genus
Phaseolus
Specific epithet
Scientific name
Phaseolus vulgaris
Crop
Beans
Crop name
beans
Accession names
Accession name
Leer Bean
Remarks
99
Pole bean. Green stems and leaves. White flowers. Pods green when flat, yellow with red stripes at shelling stage, leathery-podded when dry. Pods are pear-shaped in diameter, curved, with short, downward curving beak. Mature pods 3-5" long, 0.5-0.6" wide. Not a snap bean. As a shelling bean, easily shelled, slightly sweet, good flavor. 1-7 seeds per pod. Seeds large, brown-olive. Mid-season maturity when grown in 2013 at Heritage Farm. from John Coykendall (TN CO J) who received this bean in 2002 from Irene Marsh of Grainger Co., TN. Originally grown on the family farm of Mrs. Morton (born circa 1900) which was located within the present day Great Smoky Mts National Park before the park was established
Metadata
UUID
urn:uuid:3f43cf23-eee1-4d63-a00a-909b475955dd
Last updated
22 October 2015
Created
22 October 2015