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Herbs Forum - GardenWeb
... , posted on Sun, Nov 19, 06 at 20:57 HAVE: solns for life; cinnamon basil & bush beans Posted by: bigbeebee 9 on Wed, Oct 11, 06 at 5:08 WANTED: Wanted Posted ...
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Plant Hybridizing - GardenWeb
... 10:29 1 follow-up, posted on Tue, Jun 20, 06 at 18:13 intraspecific bush beans Posted by: venom_within 5b on Mon, May 22, 06 at 14:53 4 follow-ups ...
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Harvesting of Vegetables: A - F
... harvested for a period 6-8 weeks each spring. BEANS: Green beans indicate maturity by the smoothness and greenness of the pods. Snap beans are ready to pick if they snap easily when ... and the beans start to become apparent (a corrugated look), the snap beans will be tough. Yellow beans varieties should also be picked before they appear corrugated. Days to maturity for beans are: bush beans, 50 ...
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Beans
... beans can be classed in several ways: pole beans versus bush beans, cool-weather beans versus warm-weather beans, and fresh versus shelling versus drying beans. Let's look at those classes one by one. Pole versus bush ...
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Growing Peas And Snap Beans In The Home Garden, HYG-1617-92
... bush habit of growth, or a pole or vining habit. As with climbing pea varieties, pole beans should be staked or trellised for ease of picking. Bush beans ... Bush beans should be spaced three to four inches apart in the row. Space pole beans six to ten inches apart along a trellis or plant several beans to a pole. Both peas and beans ...
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Growing Green Beans in your Garden
... beans. If possible, use fungicide-treated seed to protect the seedling from disease until it is up and growing. Do not eat treated seed. For bush beans, plant the seed about 1 inch deep and 1 to 2 inches apart in the row. The rows should be 2 1/2 to 3 feet apart. After the beans ...
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A Beginner's Garden in Colorado with Green Beans and Summer Squash
... Beans and Summer Squash A BEGINNER'S GARDEN: GREEN BEANS AND SQUASH By Niki Hayden If vegetable gardening is new to you, try planting green bush beans ... beans mature. A harvest tip is to cut beans with scissors: it's faster and you won't pull out the fragile plant with a overzealous tug. From a culinary perspective, both bush beans ...
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Watch Your Garden Grow - Beans
... beans include green beans, Chinese long beans, tiny green beans (Haricot) and Fava beans, to name a few. This section will focus on bush beans and pole beans which are common garden varieties. Harvest fresh beans ...
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Questions On Beans
... stay away if I plant some purple string beans in with my yellow and green beans? (e-mail reference) A: I donít know. ... species of vegetable and practice crop rotation. Q: I grew green beans (bush variety) this summer. The first picking was good. After that the ... would suggest rotating the planting site with something not related to beans and then monitor next spring for any beetle activity. If you ...
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Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non-hybrid Bush Green or Snap Bean Seeds from the Victory Seed Company
... Bush Green or Snap Bean Seeds from the Victory Seed Company Bush-type Snap or Green and Shell Beans (Phaseolus) [ Pole-type String Beans ] [ Bush-type Snap Beans ] [ Lima Beans ] [ Pole-type Dry Beans ] [ Bush-type Dry Beans ] [ Fava Beans ... beans. About 95 seeds per ounce. Qty: 1 ounce Sampler - $1.75 Item 3030531 SOLD OUT Qty: 2 ounce Packet - $2.45 Item 3030532 SOLD OUT Green Crop (a.k.a. Bush ...
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