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XX08-007          what is an XX accession
XX accessions are not part of the official NS/S seed bank collection and typically represent material that has not yet been formally accessioned, or has been grown and provided to NS/S from seed bank material but cannot be traced to a specific NS/S accession and is used solely for distribution purposes.
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Basic Collection Information and Status
Cowpea (Vigna unguiculata, Fabaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   n/a
Collection Site   n/a
Collection Year   n/a
Accession Status   Distribution Only
Catalog Information and Instructions
U'us Mu:nV006
“Tohono O'odham.” Also called Huhuda wu:pkan or U'us bawi. A gorgeous and prolific black and white bean with variable mottling. Excellent for green beans in the low desert.
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Collection Site
Collection locality information is not available for this accession.
Climate information is not available for this accession.
The Native Seeds/SEARCH digital photo collection for this accession is provided below.
XX08-007 CF05 FlXX08-007 CF05 FrXX08-007 CF05 Fr2XX08-007 CF05 LXX08-007 CF05 PXX08-007 CF05 S
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Characterization and Evaluation
There are currently no observational data available for this accession. If you have made observations of this accession and are willing to share them, please contact us.
Cowpea IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
An introduced legume from Africa that tolerates high heat and drought. A good producer in the low, hot desert. Peas can be eaten green (immature) or dry.Plant 1" deep and 6" apart, or in basins, into warm soil in spring or with summer rains. Plants sprawl, support is helpful for vine-types. Likes well drained soil, too much nitrogen will reduce yield. Pick very small for "green beans" or let dry on vine for dry peas.An annual that is mainly self-pollinating. Dried pods should be harvested throughout the growing season. Mature pods will split open if left on the plant.
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