IVORY - GREAT NORTHERN BEAN - Advanced Genetics
Performance and Adaptability - Ivory is an early-maturing great northern bean adapted to areas with shorter growing seasons. Its manageable vine growth has made it an ideal choice for producers with high fertility fields. Ivory has readily adapted to late plantings and replant situations.
Growth Habit and Maturity - Ivory has an open plant and short vine. It matures uniformly in approximately 89 days, or about 2-3 days later than US1140.
Quality - Ivory typically yields approximately 1,250 attractive, chalky-white seeds per pound. Its tolerance to seed coat cracking, general appearance, and canning quality meet all industry standards.
Disease Tolerance - Ivory has shown resistance to the prevalent strains of Bean Common Mosaic virus and good field tolerance to Halo and Common blight bacterial diseases. Its early maturity and short vine may make it less susceptible to white mold.
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