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Growing Pole Beans for Beginners By Allison Deschanel
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Green beans are the second most popular vegetable grown in home gardens, topped only by tomatoes. Pole beans are a variety of green beans that scale fences or stakes. If your garden space is limited,... More > growing pole beans may conserve ground area while adding a dimension of height to your garden layout. This book covers several aspects of growing pole beans such as: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
A Crash Course on How to Grow Beans By Steve Lopez
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The two main types of beans depending on their growth pattern are classified into pole and bush beans. The pole beans, as their name suggests, require support for growth. Bush beans, on the other... More > hand grow near the ground surface. Classification of bean varieties is also made on the basis of time at which the pods are picked. 'Shell', 'snap' and 'dry' are the different varieties. The bean plants complete their growth in 60-90 days; number of days for completion of growth varies on the basis of variety being used. This book covers several aspects of growing beans such as: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and so much more! Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
A Crash Course On How to Grow Bush Beans By Israel Leonard
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A Crash Course on How to Grow Bush Beans Beans are one of the easiest vegetables for people to grow and they are as popular as tomatoes and peppers. Within the bean group there are those that are... More > grown for the dry bean and those that are grown for the green bean which is served as a vegetable. Green beans are all climbers to some extent but they are generally classed as being pole beans, which grow five or six feet, or bush beans which only grow a foot or two. As a general rule, the pole beans, particularly the scarlet runner beans, do much better in cooler summers and bush beans do well in moderate to hot summers. There are numerous types of beans in both growth habits and a few, such as Blue Lake, can be found in climbing and bush form. This book covers several topics including: - Nutrition Information - Climate & Growing Conditions - How to Prepare the Garden Soil - How to Plant - How to Water and so much more!< Less