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What are the pros? Hearty and resistant...
What are the cons? None
This bean has been in my family for generations. For years I searched for its name.
It is a fodder bean from early pioneer times.
Our people talked of planting it with the corn and after harvest, using the bean vine and huge leaves for cattle fodder.
It is resistant to every problem...matures in 60 days and is delicious...tastes like almonds.
The bean can be harvested early and canned, of left to dry on the vine and taken in as 'leather breeches in the fall.
At one time, I found seeds that had been in my freezer for over 10 years and they germinated as well as others.
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