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Hidatsa Soybean<br>Sold Out for 2015
'Hidatsa' soybean seeds.
Hidatsa Soybean
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70 to 95 days, determinate — The seeds are small, light green with black eyes, and contain approximately 50% protein (USDA). They are used for edamame (pronounced "ed-uh-mah-may"). The plants are compact and reach about eighteen inches and have purple flowers. Very early and does well in cool, wet soils.

Developed and introduced by Oscar H. Will & Company, Bismarck, North Dakota in about 1953.  The USDA accession number is PI 548341.  Will developed  'Hidatsa' from PI 81038, called 'Sousei', which is a Japanese edamame variety collected in Hokkaido in 1929.  Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds.

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