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Pinto Bush Dry Bean
Pinto III Bush Dry Bean
Pinto Bush Dry Bean
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Pinto
95 days — Vigorous bush type plants that tend to sprawl. Pods are three to four inches long, flat, and green. Can be used for snap beans when young and tender but primarily grown to maturity and used as a dry bean. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 80 seeds.
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Very prolific, compact, some of the best I've ever had.
I grew up in the southwest so I was accustomed to using pintos for everything. I grow a lot of beans here for drying and storage. I particularly like pink eye purple hulls and cream peas, which can't be purchased in stores. With pintos they can easily be found in stores but the quality isn't there. I balked because I could only find vine varieties which don't produce well and take up a lot of garden space. These pintos solved all my issues. They are very prolific, compact and are some of the best I've ever had. Most don't realize that the flavor of dried beans can vary radically. I will continue to grow these until I no longer have a piece of dirt to grow them in.
Reviewed by: Wesley Watson from Nashville, tn. on 5/16/2015
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