BEANS, BUSH TYPE SNAP Approx. 1,500 seeds per pound.
Beans are among the richest food products which the good earth yields. In the chemistry of food they supply
carbohydrates, proteins, vitamins and minerals. Beans are easy to grow, well suited for different types of soil
from heavy clay to light, sandy soils. Plant in spring after danger of frost is past and soil has warmed up to
at least 60F. Coat bean seed with a bean and pea inoculant. Direct sow at 1-1.5″ deep, 2-3″ apart in a single
row spaced 30-36″ apart or a double row spaced 8″ apart. Keep weed free. Pick pods when filled out to a nice
size before pods bulge. TIP: Here is a great a way to increase your bean yield: after bean plants
are about 4-6″ high, we spread Bradfield fertilizer along the bean row at the rate of 4-6 pounds per 100′
of row just before we till them. A trickle drip irrigation line is also laid along the row. Make sure your bean
plants get at least 1″ of water per week. Do not over water, as bean plants drown easily. After each picking
we also give them some more water. Good luck. You will need 1 pound of seed per 100′ row or 60 lbs/acre.
. Must use a support of some type to support the long vining
plants. Use long stakes forming a teepee or a fence. Can also be planted with your sweet corn and let the
bean plants grow up the corn stalks. Harvest same as bush green beans.
ean plants grow up the corn stalks. Harvest same as bush green beans.

Asparagus Green Podded

This plant is of a different genus from the common bean. It is a vigorous climbing annual vine

The pods, which can begin to form just 60 days after sowing, hang in groups of two or more. They are best for vegetable use if picked before they reach full maturity; however, overlooked pods can be used like dry beans in soups. When harvesting, it is important not to pick the buds which are above the beans, since the plant will set many more beans on the same stem. The plants take longer to reach maturity than bush beans, but once producing, the beans are quick-growing and daily checking/harvesting is often a necessity. The plants produce beans until frost.

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Blue Lake FM1K pole
Blue Lake FM1K pole

BLUE LAKE FM1K 62 days.

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Golden Wax-org

1500 per lb

1/4 lb about 375 seeds

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Inoculant in a Shaker Can

Each 2.3 oz package treats a 40 foot row.

Each 8.7 oz can will treat 150 of row.

Each 1.5 oz  package treats up to 8 pounds of seed.

Gardening soil inoculants are a type of bacteria added to the soil to “seed” the soil. In other words, a small amount of bacteria is added when using pea and bean inoculants so it can multiply and become a large amount of bacteria.The kind of bacteria used for legume inoculants is Rhizobium leguminosarum, which is a nitrogen fixing bacteria. These bacteria “infect” the legumes growing in the soil and cause the legumes to form the nitrogen fixing nodules that make peas and beans the nitrogen powerhouses they are.

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Kentucky Blue pole

62 days. A stringless variety for fresh market or home garden.

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Kentucky Wonder pole

65 days. 7-8″ long pods areborne in clusters.

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Orient Wonder
Orient Wonder Pole Bean

1500 per lb

1/4 lb about 375 seeds

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63 days Drought tolerant vigorous 10′ vines produce, dark green 8″ pods with streaks of purple. Excellent flavor. Untreated seed

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