growing pole beans indoors

seaturtleNovember 15, 2009


I am growing pole beans indoor for the winter. I planted them in Miracle Grow potting soil in pots about 10-18" deep. I'm pretty sure they have enough space. My question is when and if I should fertilize, and with what?

Thanks again.

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I doubt they'd need fertilizing. Though, if they actually reach maturity, I suppose you might try a one time watering with 25% strength of normal recommended dose of Miracle Grow.

Generally such experiments fail, but mainly due to the need for more intense light than what one can provide indoors.

Good luck!


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