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Some of my bean plants are getting a little yellowish/light green. What is a good fertilizer to use on them? I'm thinking they need nitrogen or magnesium from the pictures of seen.

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Some of my bean plants are getting a little yellowish/light green. What
is a good fertilizer to use on them? I'm thinking they need nitrogen or
magnesium from the pictures of seen.


Organic fish emulsion is safe and sufficient. The idea that a "little
more is a little better" will totally fry your plants, when it comes to
chemical fertilizers.
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