I am having trouble finding a source of bush-type Jack Bean. We are having great results with Jack Bean perennial intercropping with taller vegetables like Okra but I think a bush-type would be easier to manage and keep slashed down for shorter vegetables.
Also considering perennial peanut as a perennial permanent weed-suppressing nitrogen-fixing intercrop with vegetables (slash back and plant into permanent ground cover slashed just above ground) and have ordered some seed (which later will propagate through rhizomes) unless someone near me can share some rhizomes. I am in South Sudan.
Also looking at tepary beans and wondering what might be the most disease-resistant varieties for the rainy season (tolerate both wet and dry)? And also considering the most drought tolerant for early first rains intercropping planting before sorghum is planted so we can get an early crop to prevent the “hunger season” and also relay cropping it into sorghum or maize at the end fo the season and have finish on the last rains and residual moisture.