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Tankuro Soybean
'Tankuro' soybeans.
Tankuro Soybean
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Tankuro

85 days — The plants reach twenty-two to thirty-two inches in height producing pods that contain two to four seeds each. The beans are very large in size, dull and black in color and have a richer flavor than many varieties. Excellent as edamame, pronounced "ed-uh-mah-may." Each packet contains 25 to 30 seeds.


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Resilient and delicious ... Excellent as edamame.
Out of 25 seeds, only 2 failed to germinate. Grew quickly, like most beans and has survived the Japanese beetle onslaught. The beetles stripped them almost entirely of their leaves, I sprayed them with cayenne pepper tea and the plants bounced back in no time. The beans themselves are very flavorful. Excellent as edamame, as the description claims. Good yields, too. Would grow again.
Reviewed by: Jesse Pagan from Southwest Virginia. on 8/22/2016
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