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P31-002
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Basic Collection Information and Status
 
Jack Bean (Canavalia ensiformis, Fabaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   n/a
Collection Site   Arizona, United States (latitude: 32°; altitude: 3,700 ft / 1,100 m)
Collection Year   1992
Accession Status   Active
Catalog Information and Instructions
Jack BeanPJ001
Large white beans in plump foot-long pods on long vines. Deep roots make them drought tolerant. Young pods and leaves are edible when cooked; dried beans are mildly toxic so require rinsing and cooking.
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Collection Site
 
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Photographs
 
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P31-002 CF14 F8P31-002 CF14 F9P31-002 CF14 S1P31-002 CF14 Fr2P31-002 CF14 Fr5P31-002 CF14 Fr6P31-002 CF14 Fl1P31-002 CF14 Fl2P31-002 CF14 Fl3P31-002 CF14 Fl5P31-002 CF14 Fl6P31-002 CF14 Fl7P31-002 CF14 Fr1P31-002 CF14 Fr3P31-002 CF14 Fr4P31-002 CF14 Fr5P31-002 CF14 Fr6P31-002 CF14 L1P31-002 CF14 L2P31-002 CF14 L3P31-002 CF14 Pl1P31-002 CF14 Pl2
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Characterization and Evaluation
 
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Jack Bean IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
Originating in Central and South America, and grown in the southwestern US as far back as 700 AD. Used as food, forage, ground cover, weed suppressant, even as a coffee substitute. Toxicity in mature beans requires cooking before eating. Plant 1 inch deep when soil has warmed. Water well until established. Requires a long growing season, 150 days or more. Tie vines to support or will sprawl. Frost sensitive but grows semi-perennially in warm areas.Let seed pods dry on plant. If pods become too dry they can split and fling seeds, so harvest often or bag pods to catch seeds.
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