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Pole Bean – Growers' Guide

Pole Bean' Guide

Pole Bean

Season
Can growth in tropical zone. temperature (15 -30 C).

Soil
Loam, sand loam, good irrigation pH 5.5-6.5. To plough the soil with dry sun 7-10 days. To plough the soil deep 20-25 cm. Additional manure rate 0.5-1.0 ton/rai . soil to cover up, plot wide 100 cm. high 30 cm. / plo. Use straw to cover up step end.

Agriculture
Plant by seed 3-4 seeds/ hole, space 35- 40 cm. 2 row / plot open water in to plot. It is climber must bamboo for to climb.

Fertilizer
1. With plough formula 15-15-15 rate 30 Kg./Rai
2. After planted 7-10 days formula 21-0-0 rate 15-20 Kg./Rai
3. After planted 25-30 days formula 12-24 -12 rate 40-50 Kg./Rai
4. After planted 45-50 days formula 12-24 -12 rate 40-50 Kg./Rai

Disease Important
Antracnose, Rust, Damping off, Leaf spot.
Insect Important: Worm.

Maturity
45-50 days.

BEAN FACTS: Most edible-podded beans can be grown over wide ranges of territory if they are planted at suitable times. The edible-podded varieties are popular in many countries, especially in Europe. In the United States the predominant edible-podded bean is the common string, snap, or green bean (P. vulgaris).

Of Central American origin, the lima bean (P. limensis) is of commercial importance in few countries outside the Americas. Grown only for food, dry mature lima beans constitute approximately 2 1/2 percent of the total dry-bean production in the United States. There is a wide range of pod size and shape and of seed size, shape, thickness,and colour in both bush and climbing forms. Pods are wide, flat, and slightly curved. Thelima bean is readily distinguished by the characteristic fine ridges in the seed coat that radiate from the "eye." A perennial in the tropics, elsewhere it is normally grown as an annual; it requires a longer season and warmer weather than most varieties of common American bean.
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