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This research was supported in part by a grant from the Council of Agriculture, Executive Yuan, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC.
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Plant appearance and performance in the field of bush common bean ‘Taichung No. 6’. (A) Vigorous shoots, strong branch with good “podding.” (B) Dark-green fresh pods. (C) Uniform performance in the field.
Comparison of plant and pod performance of bush common bean ‘Taichung No. 6’ with control cultivars Vivid and Sonnet. ‘Taichung No. 6’ is more erect and has superior branching (A) as well as uniform maturity and dark green pods (B).
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