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Beans Yellowed before maturity

Posted by yolos 8A - GA (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 13, 14 at 11:55

I planted about 9 varieties of beans and southern peas. Most of them have already produced and I removed them from the beds. I made a later planting on 5/18 of Burpee's Stringless Green Pod bush beans because DTM is very short. I harvested one mess of beans and they continued to flower and set beans. Now, most of the young beans are turning yellow and drying up without maturing. Is this a water or nutrient or heat problem. The temps here are low 90's high 80's during the day and high 60's and low 70's at night. The beans get about 1 - 2 inches long, turn yellow and dry up and get soft.


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RE: Beans Yellowed before maturity

Beans like cooler weather. Try planting again when it gets cooler, like end of August.


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RE: Beans Yellowed before maturity

Hard to tell from the picture. But could it be that those are supposed to be yellow, like as in wax beans?

George
Tahlequah, OK


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