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Bean collections, their behaviour and flowering habits under rainy season conditions

Revista Chapingo 1991; 15(71-72): 68-72
Bean collections, their behaviour and flowering habits under rainy season conditions
Twenty-nine accessions collected in the Distrito Federal, Mexico, and 7 other genotypes of Phaseolus vulgaris were evaluated under rainfed conditions. Flowering occurred from 22 to 74 days after emergence and the flowering period lasted 19-47 days. Materials with longer periods of flowering were higher yielding. Maturity occurred at 71-105 days.

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