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Introduction of the dwarf French bean cultivar Ji Yun 2


Chinese Vegetables ( 3): 44-45
Introduction of the dwarf French bean cultivar Ji Yun 2
This Phaseolus vulgaris cultivar, bred by crossing a climbing and dwarf type, has a short growth period and gives stable yields of 20.5-27.2 t/ha. The pods are of good quality and the variety is resistant to mosaic viruses.


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