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14 out of 14 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Good germination & productive
What are the cons? none
Im always interested when Baker Creek introduces a new bean. This one was a winner.Have been harvesting as they dry on the vine & shelling when pods are crackling.Sturdy plants,abundant,beans taste good. Aren't blue-green, more dark green-grey. Real climbers, need tall support, don't plant too close. We planted 1 pkg for an 8 foot row, germination was high enough that vines were crowded & needed to be spread out for air circulation. ( we use hog panels for pole beans)
Growing conditions: Zone 5b-6, (southeast Ohio), amended clay soil, good drainage, above normal rains/heat/humidity.planted 2nd week of June, harvest for dry beans started 3rd week of August & continuing until 2nd week of September.. Average 4-5 per pod, showed good disease resistance in a Summer full of blights, powdery mildew, voracious bugs, you name it.
Will grow more these next year.
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