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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Edamame: Vegetable Soybean (Summary)

Edamame: Vegetable Soybean



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By Holly Born

Published: 2006

Updated: 0000

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Introduction

This publication discusses edamame, the immature green form of vegetable soybean. Issues important to edamame production and marketing are presented. Harvesting and post-harvest handling issues are presented as well as economic aspects of edamame. References and further resources for production and marketing follow the narrative.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Production
Marketing
Economic Considerations
References
Further Resources

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