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Green Beans after Snow Peas?

Posted by buckeyebarry 7B (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 25, 10 at 12:00

I have recently planted my spring crop of snow peas and snap peas but I was wondering if, when those plants are done in by the North Carolina heat, I can plant green beans in their place? Or will that be too late in the season to plant green beans?

Thank you!
Kristin


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RE: Green Beans after Snow Peas?

Kristin, if NC is like this part of Oklahoma, I believe you can plant beans as a succession crop. I do it, usually planting pole beans in their place. They produce well, though the time is a bit tight for seed production. I pick them as snaps.

George
Tahlequah, OK


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