This variety was selected by Oscar H. Will in Dakota in 1953 from the Japanese variety collected in 1929 in Hokkaido. The seeds are small, light green grains with black eyes and contain more than 50% protein. They are eaten as edamame. The plant is compact with purple flowers. It is an early maturing variety that does well in wet soil. Organic seeds.
Scientific Name: Glycine max
Plant Life Cycle: annual
Optimal Germination Temperature: 18C
Germination time in days: 7-14 days
Indicative Days to maturity: 75 days
Sunlight: Full sun
Soil requirement: Sandy, hummus rich and well drained
Sowing and cultivation: Sow directly in place, every 8 cm, at a depth of 1 to 2 cm, in rows spaced 50 cm apart. Mound the plants 3 weeks after they emerge. It is possible to soak the seeds to facilitate germination.