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Bush beans are one of the easiest crops to raise for a beginner gardener. They’re simple to grow from seed, don’t require trellising, and provide a quick return on your investment.

How to Grow Bush Beans:

Bush and other types of beans should be planted directly into the ground rather than transplanted. They can be cultivated in containers with a minimum depth of eight inches. The number of plants you can grow is determined by the breadth or diameter of your container.

Climate Requirements:

Hills: February –March

Plains: October- November

Fertilizer Requirement:

Bush beans and other legumes get their nitrogen from the air. If you use too much fertilizer, it will stimulate foliage growth rather than pod development, so stay away from nitrogen-rich fertilizers. To supplement the crop’s organic content, use well-rotted manure, organic compost, and worm castings.

Water Requirement:

This crop necessitates both adequate drainage and steady moisture. Keep your raised beds or other planting space moist – but not wet – after sowing until the seeds germinate. Because these plants are susceptible to fungal disease, water them early in the day so that the foliage has time to dry before nightfall, and seek to water the roots rather than the leaves.

Item Value
Growing Temperature 70 – 80 °F
Germination Temperature 30-35 °C Ideal
Germination Time 7-12 days
Soil pH 6 to 7
Sunlight Need 6-8 hours per day
Preferred Planting Method Direct sowing/ Transplanting
Container size 10-15 liter per plant
Time to Harvest 40-60 days from germination depending on the variety
Harvest Period  40-60 days
Pollination insect/bee pollination
Typical Pests Aphids, Bean Leaf Beetle
Typical Diseases Bean bacterial blight, Anthracnose, Bean Common Mosaic Virus, Bean Rust
Best season to grow in India March or April

 

Additional information

Weight 0.05 kg
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