Balasubramanian, P. M., Hou, A., Conner, R. L., Kiehn, F. A. and Mündel, H.-H. 2011. Carman Black dry bean. Can. J. Plant Sci. 91: 519-521. Carman Black is a high-yielding black bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) with an upright indeterminate growth habit (Type 2a) and early maturity. Carman Black was developed at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada (AAFC) Research Station, Morden, MB, in collaboration with the AAFC Research Centre, Lethbridge, AB. Carman Black has a black seed coat with an intermediate (matte-shiny) seed luster or glossiness. Carman Black is well adapted to the Red River Valley of Manitoba, with maturity earlier than the check cultivars AC Harblack and CDC Jet.
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