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yellow greenbeans

Posted by sweetwm007 6 b (My Page) on
Wed, May 30, 07 at 11:17

i planted tobacco worm and mcbride something in runner beans i got from the appalachian seed conservancy. germination was great. they are all yellow now and appear to have a rust. the soil is equal parts of humus, topsoil and aged manure. any ideas? i would really like to save these babies.


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RE: yellow greenbeans

You could try spraying them with a fungicide and keeping them deeply watered; other than that, I have no idea.

Good luck.

RE: yellow greenbeans

William, i agree with gld. Things are so wet now fungi is growing rampant. I've got mushrooms all over the yard and woods. One of my roses seem to have rust on it to.
We grew yellow beans one year they were good, milder than the green ones.

RE: yellow greenbeans

i sprayed with daconil today. i was concerned that the beans were too wet. we haven't had a lot of rain here though.


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