95 days, indeterminate
— The plants reach about thirty six inches tall and are very prolific, even in extreme heat. They reach edamame
stage in mid to late August and dry bean stage in 95 days. Seeds are medium sized, uniform in shape and buff-yellow in color.
It was bred as a stabilized cross between 'F8-291' and 'Mandarin'
in Ontario, Canada and donated to the National Germplasm Resources Laboratory in 1957. USDA Accession Number PI 548544. Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds.