Some pole beans are described as heavily branching.
Red Eye Greasy Fall, Hazard Fall and Leslie Tenderpod may possibly all be the same variety. So far, each plant typically has a vine that has gone beyond the top of its trellis and two additional vines that are on the way up.
Emerite plants are making just one vine per plant so far. Not heavily branched, at least not yet.
NT Half Runner has been known to cover more than 10 feet of trellis with a single plant even though it is a half runner. That sounds like heavy branching.
When a bean is described as heavy branching, about how many climbing vines per plant are we talking about?