Black Rambler Cowpea 2012 Hagood

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Black Rambler Cowpea 2012 Hagood
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Common English name Cowpea (OSS?)
Latin name Vigna unguiculata [1]
Variety Black Rambler Cowpea
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Source info Naturalized
Oldest Source Bill Simmons
Oldest Source location Geneva, AL
Last Growout
Grower Charlotte Hagood
Growout Location Albertville, AL
Growout Coordinates
Zone 8
Selected Traits
Received or Grown out 2012
Next Growout Deadline 2022
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Skin color black, white eye
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Inventory
Verified by: Charlotte Hagood
Bank Sand Mountain Seed Bank
Containers 3 bags
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Current Quantity 12 oz
Total Seeds out
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Black Rambler Cowpea 2012 Hagood
Vigna unguiculata
GROW BY: 2022
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Vigna unguiculata GROW BY: 2022 NOT FOR SALE Black Rambler Cowpea 2012 Hagood

Black Rambler Cowpea

Vigna unguiculata

OS: Bill Simmons,
Geneva, AL

GROWER: Charlotte Hagood,
Albertville, AL

GROWOUT: 2012

GROW BY: 2022

NOT FOR SALE
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Cowpea   Zone: 8
Black Rambler Cowpea
Vigna unguiculata
Grown by
Charlotte Hagood
in Albertville, AL
2012
Sand Mountain Seed Bank
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General Description

acquired by Charlotte Hagood From Bill Simmons in Sout East Alabama in 2002

History

Bill Simmons Says this Feral pea that grew alongside fence lines in southeast alabama was "introduced to feed slaves"