Beans & Legumes
Snap beans, lima beans, soybeans, and peas are only a few of the varieties of beans and legumes grown in Georgia. Beans and legumes are easy to grow and many thrive in poor soils. Moreover, they are rich in nutrients like iron and vitamin B, as well as in fiber and protein.
Commercial and Professional Publications
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- Cowpea curculio sidelines Georgia's largest black-eye pea fields
- Saving seeds: the power of the past and promise of the future
- Plan before you plant for a successful summer vegetable garden
- Healthier eating, better tracking results in more produce-related foodborne illness cases
- UGA releases 2014 Farmgate Value Report: Beef's up, cotton's down and chicken's still on top
- Plan your garden with food safety in mind
- If it's too cold for gardening, stay indoors and create a plan
- UGA expert offers advice for new small-scale farmers
- Cooking and Using Dried Beans and Peas
Instructions on quick soaking, overnight soaking, storing, and comparing quantities for beans.
- Impact Statements: Beans
Descriptions of Extension efforts to improve knowledge and practices related to Beans.
Origin of, recent output statistics for, and common end-user items of Georgia's soybean production.