Beans

Broad beans

Broad beans are easily grown from seed. Yields and quality are cultivar dependent.

Visit the 2006 Vegetable Cultivar and Cultural Trials for the most current broad bean trials.

 

Edamame

  •  Butterbean (J) – Good stand, yield, color and taste
  •  Envy (J) – Good stand and yield, light green pods, early maturing
Visit the 2012 Vegetable Cultivar and Cultural Trials for the most current edamame bean trials.

 

French Filet

Green beans

  • Montano (WDM) – A later maturing type with excellent yields
  • Nash (PARK) – Good yield, long pods
  • Provider (JVE, WDM) – An early cultivar with good yields
  • Renegade (WCS) – Attractive dark green pods, slightly curved, excellent stand, easy to harvest
  • Stayton (RO) – Early maturing, good yield of thin pods
  • Strike (ST, T+T, NOR, WCS) – A mid-season cultivar with good yields and good holding ability in the field
  • Tema (SIE, SW) – By last harvest pods large and soft
  • True Blue (REI) – Exceptionally high yields but plants are brittle
Visit the 2008 Vegetable Cultivar and Cultural Trials for the most current green bean trials.

Yellow beans

Visit the 2001 Vegetable Cultivar and Cultural Trials for the most current yellow bean trials.