Oct 30, After planting your 'Blue Lake' beans, the days to harvest will be between six weeks and two months, or approximately 45 to 60 days. Because bush beans are determinate plants, most of the beans. Apr 02, This will give your fall bean plants a good, quick start. A half-inch layer of compost worked into the soil should do it. Water the soil before planting the beans. Be sure to soak it thoroughly. Having the bean seeds on a moist bed will not only speed germination, but it will also help to cool the soil from the summer heat.
Some of the more popular fall bush bean varieaties are TopCrop, Tendercrop, and Contender. The varieties Greencrop and Romano are bush forms of the popular pole beans. If you insist on planting pole beans, and space and time permit, try a planting of the pole varieties Kentucy Wonder, Blue Lake, and Dade.
High yield tender crop, a favored canning bean. This is an excellent freezing and canning snap bean. The plant bears 5" long oval pods containing white seeds. Blue Lake is a heavy yielder, keeps well, and remains stringless and tender over a long period of time. This is an example of the timeline you would see based on your growing conditions.
Blue Lake Bush was developed from Blue Lake pole bean in Very productive. Resists bean mosaic virus. Produces most of its harvest within a few weeks, leaving time for a second crop or a vacation! Light Full sun. Pod size 5 to 6 inches. /5(5).
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