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Fw: Has-beans?

  • Subject: Fw: [cg] Has-beans?
  • From: "M. dorland" <dorlandm@cecnet.net>
  • Date: Thu, 3 Jun 2004 18:12:17 -0500

If you will wind some string around your poles, it will make it so the beans can grasp and make their way on up the poles. I have had the same problem sometimes.
Marilyn
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 10:02 AM
Subject: [cg] Has-beans?

Hello:
 
I'm having a problem with bush and pole beans - mostly the pole beans. BTW, are bush beans supposed to be supported? My seedsman, JL Hudson, makes no mention of such support. He does recommend erecting a triod of 6-foot poles over the pole beans, but mine have refused to climb; or they have attempted to climb and then slipped off to lie, peaked and ragged, near the bottom. Is this simply a matter of tying them to the poles? Or are poles not the way to go?
Thank you!


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