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  1. Bush variety; shows good resistance to disease; grayish seed.  
  2. From the Fang District of northern Thailand. Green in color (rather than the more common purple variety) and easy to grow. ECHO Asia uses it in an integrated pest management system.  
  3. 6in diameter, 9in long  
  4. Smaller-leafed than Bangadesh variety and vigorous.Leaves and tender stems are eaten as salad, boiled, stewed or stir-fried, or in soups.  
  5. Vining cowpea, good GMCC. Vines less than 1 m long; pods approximately 20 cm (8 in) long.  
  6. Mashed for tomato sauce or soup, a little sweet  
  7. Quick producing pole variety from NE India that produces pods about 12 cm (5 in) in length with dark brown seeds.  
  8. An excellent forage variety developed in Australia. A cross-breed between Salvador and Peru-type cultivars.  
  9. Round fruit 10 cm (4 inches) and disease resistance  
  10. A short day- length variety with 25 cm (10 in), dark purple.