the Adaptive Drylands Agriculture Portal for The Southwest
Home  |  Modify Search  |  FAQ  |  Gallery  |  Back to Search Results  |  Previous Result ()  |  Next Result ()
Collection  |  Availability  |  Map  |  Climate  |  Photographs  |  Observations  |  Cultivation & Seed Saving  |  Feedback
Basic Collection Information and Status
Common Bean (Phaseolus vulgaris, Fabaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   n/a
Collection Site   Sonora, Mexico (latitude: 29°; altitude: 1,600 ft / 500 m)
Collection Year   n/a
Accession Status   Active
Catalog Information and Instructions
Sonoran CanarioPC082
Elongated beige early-matuirng, open bushy-pole bean. Irrigate in winter in frost-free desert regions. Lilac flowers. Collected from coastal plains of Sonora.
Current availability of this variety is summarized below. We encourage the use of these seeds to benefit humanity and strive to facilitate access through a number of channels.
        Online Order                Native American Free Seed                Community Seed Grants                Bulk Seed Exchange
 ? Contact us for current availability.
                Academic Researchers
 ? If you are an academic researcher with an interest in this accession, please get in touch with us. We encourage use of the seeds for appropriate research applications and are committed to protecting the rights of the people and cultures who developed and maintained this diversity and to its continued availability.
Collection Site
The circle in the map below shows the area where this accession was collected (why isn't the precise locality shown
?Precise collection localities are hidden in order to protect the privacy of the original donors of the seeds in the NS/S collection.
). You have not specified a reference site, but you may specify one and rerun your search.
The graphs below summarize aspects of the climate for this accession's collection site. You have not specified a reference site, but you may specify one and rerun your search.
The Native Seeds/SEARCH digital photo collection for this accession is provided below.
P12-056 CF10 P2P12-056 CF10 P1P12-056P12-056 CF02 LP12-056 CF02 S
image hosting provided by Flickr  —  all photos © Native Seeds/SEARCH  —  please contact us for permission to use

Characterization and Evaluation
The table below lists observations of this accession's characteristics (why are characters sometimes listed more than once
?For some accessions, observations of a particular trait have been recorded over more than one season or location; these are indicated by the different values in the Lot column.
CharacterObservationLot, Frequency and CommentsCharacter Description (Source and Code)
100 seed weight (primary)30.00 glot: CF '02 (IPGRI 6.3.3)
darker seed color (primary)Brown (pale to dark)lot: CF '02 (IPGRI 4.3.2: 2)
days to 50% flower61lot: CF '02Days from planting to 50% flower (IPGRI 4.2.2)
days to first flower55lot: CF '02Days from planting to first flower
days to greenbean67lot: CF '02Days from planting to greenbean.
days to maturity117lot: CF '02Days from planting to maturity (IPGRI 6.1.7)
hypocotyl colorGreenlot: CF '02 (IPGRI 6.1.2)
noteElongated brown lot: CF '02
number of seeds per pod5.1lot: CF '02Average number of seeds from one pod selected from 10 plants. (IPGRI 6.3.1)
plant typeIndeterminate climbinglot: CF '02Describes final architecture of plant through interaction of many characters: terminal meristem growth, number of nodes on the stem, internode length, climbing ability, branching pattern. (GRIN HAB)
pod color baseLight greenlot: CF '02Basic Pod color. Refers to lighter color when more than one color exists. Data taken during pod filling stage but prior to the initiation of defoliation. (GRIN PDCOL: LG)
pod cross sectionPear shapedlot: CF '02From fully expanded immature pod. (IPGRI 4.2.8: 2)
pod patternUniformlot: CF '02Describes distribution of darker color over lighter basic pod color. If only one color, then pattern is classified as uniform. (GRIN PDPAT: UN)
pod pattern colorNon-applicablelot: CF '02 (GRIN PDPATCOL: NA)
pod positionCombination of base, center and toplot: CF '02 (IPGRI 6.2.12: 4)
pod stringPresentlot: CF '02Observation of the presence or absence of pod string. Data taken at the snap stage or the beginning of the pod filling stage. (GRIN PDSTG: Yes)
pod wall fiberLeathery podded (dry pods will not spontaneously open)lot: CF '02 (IPGRI 4.2.12: 5)
relative abundance of primary seed type1lot: CF '02
seed brilliance (primary)Moderately shinylot: CF '02 (IPGRI 4.3.4: 6)
seed class (primary)Yellow beans (and canario class)lot: CF '02Seed type based on seed phenotype and coded as Common Market Class. (GRIN SDCLS: CN)
seed eye color (primary)Grown with graylot: CF '02Color of the eye or hilum of the seed (GRIN SDECOL: BR with gray)
seed shape (primary)Cuboidlot: CF '02Taken from middle of pod. (IPGRI 4.3.5: 3)
seedcoat pattern (primary)Absentlot: CF '02 (IPGRI 4.3.1: 0)
standard patternColor in the central area and lateral edgeslot: CF '02Refers to the distribution of the darker color over the lighter one on the standard (GRIN STPAT: CL)
standard pattern colorDark lilaclot: CF '02The pattern of color on the standard. This refers to the darker color on the standard if there is more than one color. (GRIN STPATCOL: DL)
taste of greenbeanGoodlot: CF '02
wing colorLight lilac (lavender)lot: CF '02Basic Wing Color taken right after the flower opens. The basic color is lighter of colors if there is more than one color. If only one color, it is basic color (GRIN WCOL: LL)
wing color patternVeinslot: CF '02Pattern of color on wings. (GRIN WCPAT: VI)
wing vein colorDark lilaclot: CF '02Color of the wing vein (GRIN WVCOL: DL)
Common Bean IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
Common beans are a diverse and important crop to Native American farmers throughout the Southwest. They are eaten young as green beans or dried and shelled. Plants can be bush, semi-pole, or pole.Beans need warm soil for best germination. Plant seeds in spring or with summer rains about 1" deep and 6" apart. If beans need a trellis, try intercropping with corn or sorghum.An annual that is generally self-pollinating, but can cross with other plants. Dried pods can be harvested throughout the growing season, or harvest whole plants. Separate varieties by 10 ft (3 m).
If you have questions or feedback about this accession or the ADAPTS platform in general, please contact us.

Collection  |  Availability  |  Map  |  Climate  |  Photographs  |  Observations  |  Cultivation & Seed Saving  |  Feedback
Home  |  Modify Search  |  FAQ  |  Gallery  |  Back to Search Results  |  Previous Result ()  |  Next Result ()

Native Seeds/SEARCH is a 501(c)(3). Copyright © 2015 Native Seeds/SEARCH. All Rights Reserved.