This is the result of my experience in raising beans: Plant the common small white bush bean
about the first of June, in rows three feet by eighteen inches apart, being careful to select fresh round and unmixed seed.
It also shares a great many physical similarities with the once-popular 19th-century American bush bean
called 'German Dwarf Black Wax,' and the two are likely related.
PHOTO : Hidden beneath leaves, first bush bean
crop is ready to harvest.
Amaranth after yard long bean (YLB), winged bean (WB) and bush bean
(BB) were grown in plastic pots (pot area was 0.29 m2).
Different field experimental designs were utilized for each of the nurseries which were conducted separately but contained the same checks: a universal high Fe climbing bean (MIB465), low Fe regional climbing bean (Decelaya), universal low Fe bush bean
(DOR500), regional high Fe bush bean
(RWR2154), and two yield checks (CAL96 for bush beans
and Vuninkingi for climbing beans).
Siratro, also known as Purple Bush Bean
, is a fast-growing plant from the bean family and is being used for the first time in a cosmetics application in this product.
The Bush Bean
's Chili Craving Promotion is a multi-pronged marketing program from Harrisburg, N.C.-based ST Motorsports, running Oct.
Fiero has an upright determinant bush bean
(Type I) growth habit similar to Montcalm and is resistant to lodging (Singh, 1982).
In Latin American, the studies available on the physiological behavior of bush bean
genotypes in relation to duration of periods of water deficit are important because the available information has mainly focused on characterization of genotypes in a specific drought period (Beebe et al.
. Many bush bean
varieties are ready to harvest in just 50 days, making them ideal for succession planting.
Climbing bean varieties are widely grown in the Northern and Western Provinces, while bush bean
varieties are more dominant in Kigali, Eastern, and Southern provinces.