Field or dry beans, a high protein crop, are harvested as mature dry beans, but they are sold in food stores in either canned or dry form....Three objectives of this research were: (1) to compare dry bean market classes as potential Minnesota crops, (2) to compare dry beans and soybeans in yield and other characteristics, and (3) to learn the practical range of planting dates for dry beans. -- p.2
Robinson, R.G., Nelson, W.W., Warnes, D.D. Field beans: comparison of market classes, comparison with soybeans, comparison of planting dates. Saint Paul, MN: University of Minnesota, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1972? Miscellaneous report, 112.
Warnes, D.D.; Robinson, R.G.; Nelson, W.W..
Field beans: comparison of market classes, comparison with soybeans, comparison of planting dates..
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