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Edamame – Vegetable Soybean


 
 

Washington State University Edamame Trials

Edamame Variety Trial 2002

Summary of Washington State University edamame trials 1995–2001

Washington State University Edamame Trials 2000

Edamame Variety Trial Report 1999

Washington State University Edamame Variety Trial (1997)

Edamame Production for SW Washington, 1995-1996


 

Edamame Extension Publication (pdf format)

Get Adobe ReaderThis publication (PNW 0525) introduces the reader to edamame, a specialty soybean crop, and describes how to grow and market it. 8 pages. Illustrated. Published March 2000.
 

Additional Resources

2nd International Vegetable Soybean Conference Proceedings, August 10–12, 2001: Table of Contents.

2nd International Vegetable Soybean Conference Proceedings, August 10-12, 2001: Articles.

Edamame Soybean Development in Australia. This report covers the underpinning of the development of an Edamame (vegetable soybean) industry in Australia by means of providing an understanding of the ripening process in CSIRO-Bred and elite Japanese varieties of edamame, and how changes in seed size and seed sugar content vary with ripening or environment. Written by Andrew James for the Rural Industries Research & Development Corporation. Published July 2007.

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