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This page talks about how to buy doomsday fava bean seeds from David's Garden Seeds. Fava beans are great and can be grown in cold weather. You would need about 11 cups a day to survive or 2000 plants a year. Fava beans are too expensive to buy and put in storage. You would be better off buying a few and growing them each year and harvesting your own seeds.
Bean Fava Windsor 1000 Non-GMO, Heirloom Seeds
This bean has been a seed crop failure for 2020. It will be 2022 before we see more of them. It is the best fava bean out there and just about the only one.
Windsor Fava Bean is an "Old World" bean that is gaining popularity in the U.S. The demand for Fava beans has been growing due to their nutritional value, creating a niche product opportunity for market growers. Windsor is a classic English variety with 5 to 6 inch pods containing 3 to 5 large, 1 inch, fresh green shell beans. Harvest in about 75 days.
Bean Fava Vroma 1000 Non-GMO, Open Pollinated Seeds
Vroma Fava Beans are sturdy, upright plants with improved heat tolerance. Vroma produces large, 6 and 1/2 to 7 inch pods with 4 to 5 large seeds. They cook like a shell bean when the seeds are pale green. Dry beans are light brown. More heat tolerant and much less prone to being blown over than Broad Windsor. Harvest in about 75 days.
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