Bean - Bush - Arikara Yellow

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1037-LG  Phaseolus vulgaris

(Bush—DRY) 90 days to dry stage.

Originally from the Arikara Tribe of North Dakota. Was first commerically available through Oscar Will's "Pioneer Indian Collection of Seeds" in 1915. Early, vigorous and drought tolerant. Dries down fast and shells easily. 

Arikara Yellow is listed on Slow Food USA's Ark of Taste. See more here: https://www.slowfoodusa.org/ark-item/arikara-yellow-bean

~52 seeds/25g

LOCALLY-GROWN
Grown by Michelle Smith of North Wind Farm in Cape Breton.

  
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