Performance and Adaptability - A combination of early maturity, wide adaptability, and excellent yield potential have earned Beryl the reputation as an industry standard in western Nebraska. Its ability to maintain production under a wide array of conditions and production practices makes it a hard-to-beat, farmer-friendly bean. Beryl typically delivers the high quality the industry expects.
Growth Habit and Maturity - Beryl’s medium-sized vine has a semi-upright structure. It matures in approximately 92 days, and dries down uniformly.

Quality - Beryl typically yields approximately 1,450 attractive, chalky white seeds per pound. Its outstanding seed appearance and canning quality characteristics have contributed to Beryl’s overall success.

Disease Tolerance - Beryl has shown resistance to the prevalent strains of Bean Common Mosaic virus and tolerance to Halo and common bacterial blights, and many races of bean rust. It has exhibited some field tolerance to white mold.

All variety information presented herein is based on field and laboratory observations. Actual crop yield and quality are dependent upon many factors beyond our control. Since environmental conditions and local practices may affect variety characteristics and performance, we disclaim legal responsibility therefore. Real all tags and labels. They contain important conditions of sale, including limitations of warranties and remedies. Plant Variety Protection for Beryl has been granted.

Bean Seed Variety Profiles:
These descriptions are based on historical data and may vary according to cultural practices and weather conditions as well as geographical region. Diseases are constantly adapting, changing the resistance/tolerance of the bean plants and their performance. Kelley Bean Co. Inc. disclaims legal responsibility therefore.