The Tengamine Seeds – Glycine Max Early large edamame.
Tengamine Seeds – Glycine Max
These seeds have 90 days, determinate — The plants grow eighteen to twenty two inches in height with white flowers. The pods contain two seeds that are green with buff eyes and contain about 20% oil and 41% protein.
The Tengamine is an edamame type that was obtained from the Sakate Seed Company and in the USDA GRIN as ARS accession number PI 538410. It was originally collected in Shikoku, Japan. Also, it was donated to the National Seed Storage Lab in 1986.