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Default The Truth about Bush Beans



don't listen when they tell you that they will only produce for a short
time...it ain't true. people see them turning color a bit and think the
plant is finished..It's NOT!

for best and continuous harvest you must use an innoculant when you start
the seeds. this will radically cut down on fertilizer needs ( as in none)
and get you vigorous plants. these bacteria also enrich the soil.

after the first few harvests, when the plant is looking a bit yellow, you
need to support it with increased watering and a little bit ( and i mean
just a little) of fertilizer.

if you stick to this regimen...you will have your bean plants producing
continuously throughout the growing season and not just in spring, very much
like pole varieties.

i'm still eating the pounds of frozen beans grown last year.







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