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105472
Accession number
105472
Holding institute
Institute code
USA974
Acquisition Date
1 January 2003
Provenance of material
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
Carr
Remarks
99
Bush bean, 10-14" tall. Green stems and leaves. Pink flowers. Pods green when flat, yellow with a few red stripes at shelling stage, shattering type when dry. Pods are pear-shaped in diameter, straight, with long, straight beaks. Mature pods 3.5-5" long, 0.5" wide. Not a snap bean. As a shelling bean, somewhat difficult to shell
tastes somewhat like a lima. 2-4 seeds per pod. Seeds kidney-shaped, cream with maroon stripes and dashes. Early maturity when grown in 2013 at Heritage Farm. from the late Robert Lobitz (MN LO R) who acquired the bean from the Abundant Life Seed Foundation in 2002
obtained by Abundant Life from Harry Morgan of Colorado
brought to Colorado in the 1880s by the Mortin family as they fled religious persecution in southwestern Virginia
named Carr Bean after a family in that area
Collecting information
Provenance of material
Metadata
UUID
urn:uuid:46c3ae9d-8f9c-481b-b20e-92c04a98be45
Last updated
22 October 2015
Created
22 October 2015