edible bean

NOUN
  1. any of various edible seeds of plants of the family Leguminosae used for food
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How To Use edible bean In A Sentence

  • It has trifoliate leaves, yellow flowers and long slender pods containing variously colored edible beans. Chapter 9
  • All of the organic grains - wheat, spelt, dry edible beans - are big on the international market now.
  • About half the nation's $629 million dry edible bean crop is grown in those two states and Michigan.
  • In addition, more acres of sugar beets were being grown in 2000 than a year ago, while sunflower, alfalfa, oats, dry edible beans, millet, and wheat were lower.
  • In dry edible beans, anthracnose causes unsightly cankers on plant stems, pods, and seeds.
  • In addition, more acres of sugar beets were being grown than a year ago, while sunflower, alfalfa, oats, dry edible beans, millet, and wheat were lower.
  • Two edible beans were selected for compatibility with the producers' existing cropping practices: the adzuki and the chickpea.
  • In dry edible beans, anthracnose causes unsightly cankers on plant stems, pods, and seeds.
  • There is a strong demand for different types of organic dry edible beans, like red kidney, navy, black, blackeyed peas and garbanzo beans.
  • Examples include turf grass seed production, dry edible beans, white wheat, feeder pigs, and cattle for the natural beef market.
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