Big Boy Cowpea 1998 Dennis Beatty

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Big Boy Cowpea 1998 Dennis Beatty
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Common English name Cowpea (OSS?)
Latin name vigna unguiculata [1]
Variety Big Boy Field Pea
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Oldest Source Dennis Beatty
Oldest Source location Boaz, AL
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Big Boy Cowpea 1998 Dennis Beatty
vigna unguiculata
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vigna unguiculata NOT FOR SALE Big Boy Cowpea 1998 Dennis Beatty

Big Boy Field Pea

vigna unguiculata

OS: Dennis Beatty,
Boaz, AL

GROWOUT: 1998

NOT FOR SALE
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Cowpea   Zone:
Big Boy Field Pea
vigna unguiculata
Grown in 1998
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General Description

Large, flattened oval, black eye ring, med brown wings, semi-bush, tasty

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