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Ogemaw Soybean
'Ogemaw' soybean seeds
Ogemaw Soybean
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95 days, determinate — The plants are about two feet in height and have white flowers. The seed coats and hilums (eyes) are both reddish-brown in color. According to the USDA, they contain about 44% protein and 18% oil.

Developed and released by E. E. Evans, of West Branch, Michigan, in 1902. First calling it 'Evans' Crossbred No. 9', he renamed it 'Ogema', which the market found confusing, so it was eventually renamed 'Ogemaw', after the county of its origin.[1] The USDA accession number is PI 548395. Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds.

  1. "The Soy Bean: History, varieties, and field studies," by Charles V. Piper and W. J. Morse, USDA Bureau of Plant Industry, Bulletin No. 187, 1910.
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