Bodi (Los Banos Variety)

Bodi is consumed locally as a vegetable in the immature green stage.
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Bodi (Los Banos Variety)

Product Details

Our bodi seeds produce short plants that may not require trellises. Bodi plants produce edible long green pods with immature seeds which can be picked in 5 – 6 weeks. The pods are quick-growing and mature quickly. Plants grow best in full sunlight and well-drained soils.

Product Size



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100 g

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Scientific Name

Vigna unguiculata (L.)

Product Type


Location 1

St Augustine Nurseries

Location 2


Location 3

The National Seed Bank Chaguaramas

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