Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds
Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds
Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds
Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds
Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds
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Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds

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Organic Heirloom Top Crop Bush Bean Garden Seeds (15)

Developed by the USDA, vigorous plants produce heavy crops of 6–7" long, straight beans. Stringless; resistant to Bean Mosaic Virus. Excellent for canning—holds its deep green color and flavor during processing DAYS. Product Details
Botanical Name: Phaseolus vulgaris 'Topcrop'
Height: 18 - 24 inches.
Spacing: Sow 1 inch apart, thin plants to 2 - 3 inches apart, 24 - 36 inches between rows.
Depth: 1 - 1.5 inches.
Spread: Vine
Light Required: Full Sun
Yield: 120 lbs. per 100 foot row.
Size: 2 Oz Seed Packet
Fruit: Round, medium green, stringless pods. Smooth and straight. Brown with buff mottled seeds.
Days To Maturity: 51 Days
Zone: 3-9

Germination: 6 - 10 Days
Form: Vegetable, Bush Bean
Flower Form: Small white flowers.
Soil Requirements: Rich, well-drained soil, pH 6.0-6.8.
Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
Pruning: None needed.
Foliage: Green foliage.
Comments: Developed by the USDA. Noted for quality and flavor. Medium green, stringless pods are 5 1/2 inches long. Seeds are brown with buff mottled color. Disease tolerant for BCMV & NY15. Widely adapted for all home garden uses. Beans begin to grow in warm weather. No staking needed. May inoculate with a nitrogen fixing bacteria prior to sowing for better yields. Sow after last Spring frost. Cultivate shallowly.

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