SUPER RARE ENDANGERED Avakli Bean Seeds ******Endangered plant****
SUPER RARE ENDANGERED Avakli Bean Seeds ******Endangered plant****
SUPER RARE ENDANGERED Avakli Bean Seeds ******Endangered plant****
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SUPER RARE ENDANGERED Avakli Bean Seeds ******Endangered plant****
Avakli Bean *1 Seed*
Vigna unguiculata 'Avakli'

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Avakli Bean
Vigna unguiculata 'Avakli'
Uses: Culinary Duration: Annual
When to Sow: Spring Ease of Germination: Easy
A traditional favourite of the Ewe people of the Volta region of West Africa. Harvest time is eagerly anticipated when the beans, along with maize and groundnuts, are cooked in seasonal dishes such as ayibli and ayikple. The mottled beans are commonly cooked whole or they are first roasted and ground and then cooked to make nutritious stews and breakfast porridge. Drought resistant and sweeter tasting than other beans. Traditionally planted in May or June and harvested in August.

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