Beans in heat of inland southern CA
I'm a first-time gardener in inland SoCal, growing Provider bush beans and Blue Lake pole beans. My first crop of bush beans were great and are now spent, so I tore them out recently. My second batch and the pole beans are growing well, but not producing beans any more. I assume it's too hot for them to be setting fruit, since we're averaging 95F and have had spans of over 100. Considering this is still only mid-July, and we can expect the same weather until Sept, what should I do with my beans? Not bother planting any more bush beans until late Aug? Do I rip out the pole beans and replant them later too? Or just water heavily and try to string them along until it cools off? Thanks for your advice!