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  2. ‘K156’ was an accession of L. diversifolia from Veracruz, Mexico that was widely distributed by the University of Hawaii. It is very susceptible to psyllid damage
  3. 'Guilin' is a variety from China with long, thin pods. This was a very productive variety in a trial at ECHO.
  5. ECHO's "Brian" variety is beige, round and thick-fleshed.
  6. A local grain sorghum variety. Mostly grown for livestock feed.
  9. 'Thailand Long' was obtained from a missionary in Thailand in the late 1980's. This variety was selected for longer pods, and has a bush-like habit, growing close to the ground. This cowpea works well as a cover crop.