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Old August 21, 2022   #1
Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Back in da U.P.
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Default another bean cross in my garden

jumbo, a big romano bush bean gave me some beans with seed coat of a different color last year.
i planted about ten or so this season to give them a try, and am getting round beans
the same light shade of green as jumbo, and the flavor raw is pretty good, so i will be
planting a few more next year to see what happens next.
possible pollinators could be blue ribbon or provider or mrs martins heirloom, could be something else hard to say.
i still don't know much about bean genetics in general, so i will see what develops as
i go. jumbo is a pretty darn good bean. something good oughta turn up eh.

don't abort. we'll adopt.
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