Chiba Green Organic Edamame
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Chiba Green Organic Edamame is a variety known for its plump beans and can be harvested roughly a week earlier than its counterparts. Featuring 2-3″ dark green fuzzy pods, the immature soybeans can be harvested as soon as the beans are to your preferred size and have a high rate of 3 bean pods compared to other varieties. Glycine max. 82 days to maturity. Open-pollinated. 1,900 seeds per lb.

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Be sure to check out our Beans Growing Guide for more tips & tricks on successfully growing beans. 

Chiba Green Organic Edamame is known for its plump beans and can be harvested roughly a week earlier than its counterparts. Featuring 2-3" dark green fuzzy pods, the immature soybeans can be harvested as soon as the beans are to your preferred size and have a high rate of 3 bean pods compared to other varieties. Can be grown in almost any climate!

Chiba Green Organic Edamame is an immature soybean that has large, crisp pods with exceptionally delicious beans that have a rich, nutty flavor. Each of the dark green fuzzy pods usually averages 3 beans per pod and can be planted relatively thick for a good crop. While you can start in seed trays, these legumes can also be direct-seeded. Similar to the growth habit of bush beans, this low-maintenance crop needs at least 6 hours of full sun and will flourish in warmer soil so you may consider pre-warming your planting area for 7-10 days prior to sowing your edamame Seeds.

Hailing originally from China over 2,000 years ago, edamame has since become a staple in Japanese cuisine. In the early 1900s edamame was introduced to the U.S. and got very popular in the '70s during the organic food movement and is still enjoyed today.

Glycine max. 82 days to maturity. Open-pollinated. 1,900 Seeds per lb.


Chiba Green Organic Edamame Planting Information

Planting Method: direct seed or transplant

When to Plant: 2-3 weeks after last frost

Planting Depth: 1″ - 2″

Seed Spacing: 2-4″

Row Spacing: 24-36"

Days to Maturity: 82

Disease Resistance: None

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Joni Crocker
5 out of 5

Grew these for the first time last year.l and they did awesome! Each pod had 3-4 beans as advertised. They were delicious and easy to freeze. Only negative is I have never had kudzu bugs until I grew this crop. Be prepared…but worth it!