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Edamame Production For Southwest Washington: Table 2

Carol A. Miles, Ph.D., Agricultural Systems Agent, and Leslie Zenz, Technical Assistant


Table 2: Weight (grams) of 100 whole pods (beans + pods) and 25 beans of commercial edamame varieties evaluated in Chehalis, Washington in 1995 and 1996. A blank space indicates the variety was not available for evaluation. 0 indicates the variety was planted but germination was too poor for evaluation.

1995 Weight (grams) 1996 Weight (grams)
Variety 100 whole pods 25 beans 100 whole pods 25 beans
Envy 148.3 9.7
Butterbeans 218.7 11.9 211.8 25.8
Lucky Lion 200.7 11.4 217.5 28.9
Gion 241.1 13.3 274.8 35.0
White Lion 256.1 15.2 193.0 26.4
Early Hakucho 230.3 12.6 276.1 28.8
Sapporo Midori 0 0 224.8 28.9
Sayamusume 314.5 18.0
Shironomai 241.2 12.4 253.8 25.8
Shirofumi 260.3 14.0
Fiskby V 168.2 9.1 135.1 20.0
Osodefuri 200 278.7 32.3
Tokita 214 169.0 22.3
JSMO 168 181.5 24.5
JYKO 189 203.6 26.1
JSY 1004 276.9 35.0

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