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  • "Zenith": A New Black Bean Variety for Michigan (E3248)

    Published on October 20, 2016

    New upright full-season black bean variety suited for direct harvest. Highest yielding black bean variety in five years of testing. Matures in 100 days, similar to ‘Zorro’. Exhibits uniform maturity coupled with good dry down similar to ‘Zorro’.

  • "Alpena": A New Navy Bean Variety for Michigan (E3249)

    Published on October 19, 2016

    New upright full-season navy bean variety suited for direct harvest. Exhibits uniform maturity coupled with good plant dry down at maturity. Matures in 99 days ahead of most current navy bean varieties. Suited for northern production areas.

  • Powderhorn - A New Great Northern Bean Variety for Michigan (E3218)

    Published on October 19, 2015

    Powderhorn is a new erect, high-yielding great northern bean variety. This mid-season maturing variety has an upright, short vine growth habit. The upright narrow plant profile, combined with resistance to lodging, makes Powderhorn suitable for harvesting.

  • Santa Fe - New Pinto Bean for Michigan (E3070)

    Published on October 19, 2015

    Santa Fe is a new large-seeded pinto bean variety from Michigan State University. Santa Fe is a competitive-yielding, midseason-maturing variety with an upright, short-vine growth habit that exhibits white mold avoidance.

  • Crop Sustainability

    Published on April 24, 2014

    Michigan State University Extension encourages sustainability practices in farming.

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