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Hannah Chickpea (Garbanzo)
'Hannah' chickpeas (garbanzo beans).
Hannah Chickpea (Garbanzo)
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Chickpea (Garbanzo Bean)

Cicer arietinum

85 to 110 days — 'Hannah' chickpea is both flavorful and productive. It does need a long growing season, so sow as early as possible. It reaches green shell stage in about 85 days or can be left on the plant until it reaches the dry stage at about 110 days. Its pods typically contain one to two peas each.

Chickpeas, also known by their Spanish name of garbanzo bean, can be used to add texture, flavor and protein to green salads. The dry peas can be cooked in water until they are soft, but still firm, and ground to make hummus.

Beginning with dark-seeded chickpeas that originated in Morocco, 'Hannah' was developed in the high desert region of Eastern Oregon by seedsman David "Munk" Bergin.

Like other legumes, chickpeas are great for fixing nitrogen in the soil. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 95 seeds.
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