Incredible yields on
a bush bean with a sprawling half-runner habit.
The earliest-maturing pinto variety in trials in NW Washington. Lots of flavor, tender, and quick-cooking. This variety was released in 1984 as an early-maturing, high-yielding pinto by the North Dakota, Washington, and Idaho Agricultural Experiment Stations.
Cooks much faster than other dry beans, even without soaking.
Light tan seeds with brown speckles make delicious refried beans, chili, and burritos.
BOTANICAL NAME: Phaseolus vulgaris
Plant 6" apart in well composted soil after all danger of frost is past an soil has warmed to 60-70 degrees. Should have PH 6 or above. Keep well watered or apply mulch to control moisture. Keep well weeded or mulched avoid damaging the roots with hoe or cultivator. Ready to harvest when pods are dry and beans hardly dent when bitten.
GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: H, W/Matures 8-9/Harvest 12/Yield green 30-108, dry 4-24/Spacing 6"
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