Green Been

Green beans is a seasonal crop in the form of a bush that grows upright. Green bean plants are thought to have come from India. At the beginning of the 17th century, green beans begin to spread to several countries of tropical Asia, including Indonesia. Green bean plants are short-lived annual crops (60 days). Green bean harvest is done several times and ended on day 80 after planting.

Classification and Morphology

Green beans are included in the family Leguminosae. The botanical classification of green bean plants as follows:

Division: Spermatophyta

Subdivisions: Angiospermae

Class: Dicotyledonae

Order: Rosales

Family: Leguminosae (Fabaceae)

Genus: Vigna

Species: Vigna radiata

morphology

Green beans are short-branched upright plant. Part of the green bean plants include roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds. The description of each plant part is as follows.

1. root

Riding a green bean plant roots. Roots system is divided into two, namely mesophytes and xerophytes. Mesophytes has many branches and roots on the soil surface types menyeba growth. While xerophytes have roots and branches more elongated towards the bottom.

2. stem

Stems are round and green beans berbuku-book. Trunk size is small, furry, brown or green stems produce one book kemerahan.Setiap petiole, except at the first leaf of a pair of opposite leaves and each leaf a single leaf. Green beans grow upright stems with a height of up to 1 meter. Its branches spread in all directions.

3. leaf

Compound leaves grow green beans, consists of three strands of oval-shaped leaflets with the pointy end

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