Bean & Pea Inoculant
Bean & Pea Inoculant

Gardening soil innoculants are a type of bacteria added to the soil to GǣseedGǥ the soil.

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Black Turtle Bean

90 days The classic black soup bean that has been popular in the south for many years. This bush type has half runner plants with pods that snap easily when picked early or then you can let them dry on the vine. Untreated seed

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Broad Windsor Fava bean
Broad Windsor Fava bean

75 days. a favorite for Mediterranean cooking.

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Dark Red Kidney

95 days. Good old fashion baking bean.

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Dwarf Horticultural Taylor
Dwarf Horticultural Taylor

60 days. Great for a green shell bean.

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Granulated Inoculant
Granulated Inoculant

GRANULATED INOCULANT No messy hands.

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Great Northern bean

95 days. A very popular bakingor soup bean.

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Inoculant in a Shaker Can
Inoculant in a Shaker Can

INOCULANT IN A SHAKER CAN! Easy to apply and no dirty, black hands either.

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Navy bean
Navy bean

95 days. Sturdy, robust plants produces mammoth yields of small, pure white beans.

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Pinto Bean

85 days. Light buff, speckled, brownish red bean.

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Rattlesnake

63 days. Drought tolerant vigorous 10 vine produce, dark green, 8″ pods with streaks of purple. Very fine flavor. Untreated seeds.

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Tohya

SOYBEANS “EDAMAME”
For planting directions see lima beans.
HARVEST: As soon as beans have filled the pods, you can harvest them to use as green soybeans. Best flavor and weight is attained just before pods start to loose their bright green color. At this point strip remaining leaves off plants. Remove pods from plant. For ease of shelling green soybeans, steam or boil for about 5 minutes. Shell. Use fresh or freeze for later use. DRY SOYBEANS: After about 90% of leaves have fallen off plants, pull plants. Hang in a dry, cool location until completely dry. Shell pods. Store in jars or freeze for later use.

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