Overfertilized pole beans
I am a total beginer. In a compost soil of a community garden, raised bed plot, applied a wrong (fish) fertilizer 5-1-1 imidiatelly after planting seeds, and once again about two weeks later.
I did it on advice of a garden manager who supplied the fertilizer telling us it is good for everything we want to grow.
Later, by experienced gardeners I learned that's not a good fertilization for beans (more precisely Italian pole beans Goldmarie, Phaseolus vulgaris L. var. vulgaris).
Now leaves are big and plentiful, but I am afraid there will be no beans.
Would a balancing with a fertilizer 0-12-0 (half strength) do any good and help produce some fruit ? I am afraid I will do only worse applying more chemicals.
Gardeners from neighbouring plots suggested I get rid of my plants, plant zuccini and some squash while I still have time, in order to clean up soil of excess nitrogen, and the soil will be good for beans for next yers sowing.
I actually hope all that nitrogen might be depleted by now, maybe there is still some hope for the plants ?
Is there anything I can do to repair the damage and have some beans this year ?