Taynibean is a variety of Red grain with resistance intermediate architecture to the main pathogens of economic importance in Costa Rica. The main advantage over other varieties its lowest percentage of bleached grain(contrasting grain).

The name corresponds with the Tayni and Cabecar Indian territory culture. These are located in the District of Valle de La Estrella, Canton Central and Limon Province.

Origin of the variety:

It was introduced to Costa Rica in 2001, in a nursery of Central American adaptation, from the program of beans from El Zamorano Agricultural School, run by Dr. Juan Carlos Rosas.

Plant Features:

  • Hypocotyl Color: green with brown pigment.
  • Cotyledons color: reddish brown.
  • Primary leaf color: green with reddish veins.
  • Trifoliate leaves color: dark green. /li>
  • The color of the ribs of the Trifoliate leaves: green.
  • Stems color: Green main stem, with a reddish Jasper in the guides and towards the end of the secondary branches./li>
  • Flowering: 39 days.
  • Flower color: white.
  • Home physiological maturity: 66 days.
  • Days to harvest: 73-75 days.
  • Growth habit: type II, indeterminate shrub short guide.
  • Branch: Compact.

Characteristics of the sheath and grain:

  • Immature pod Color: green.
  • The mature pod color: yellow.
  • Dry pod color: cream.
  • A number of seeds/sheath: 6.
  • Seed Color: Red glossy.
  • The weight of 100 seeds: 21 grams.