Mature in 65-70 days
Approx. 50 seeds per pack
Originally collected by the USDA in 1929 in Sapporo, Japan and introduced in the U.S. by 1937. High yields of small olive green seeds with brown saddles. Good eating quality. Very rare variety.
Sow seeds outdoors after danger of frost has passed and soil and air temperatures have warmed. Soybeans can be used as edamame, fresh shell beans, or dry beans. Plant seeds 2” apart in-row and 1” in depth. Plant spacing between rows, 24-36"