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Edamame Production For Southwest Washington: Table 3

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

Table 3. Number of plants harvested in 3 meters of row and weight (grams) of marketable pods from commercial edamame varieties planted in Chehalis, Washington in 1995 and 1996.

1995 1996

Variety
No. Plants Harvested Marketable Pod Weight (g) No. Plants Harvested Marketable Pod Weight (g)
Envy
34.0
331.7
   
Butterbeans
30.8
663.1
53.5
770.0
Lucky Lion
33.5
614.3
43.3
736.3 
Gion
24.0
686.6
13.0
321.3
White Lion
23.3
809.5
40.5
730.7
Early Hakucho
28.3 
495.1
2.5
119.5
Sapporo Midori
 0
0
17.5 
407.6
Sayamusume
22.0
699.3
 
 
Shironomai
37.3 
743.2
43.8 
726.8 
Shirofumi
5.6
219.8
 
Fiskby V
33.8
630.6
3.5 
61.3
Osodefuri 200    
9.3
471.8
Tokita 214    
1.0 
22.0
JSMO 168    
41.3
663.4
JYKO 189    
36.0 
536.0
JSY 1004    
47.5 
883.5

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