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" All beans do best in warm, light soil, but will flourish in almost any soil or situation unless it be shaded or very wet. Plant in drills... "
Garden Vegetables, and how to Cultivate Them - Page 245
1866 - 355 pages
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Transactions of the Essex Agricultural Society from ...

Agriculture - 1886
...Beans, although more hardy than Pole Beans, should not be planted before settled mild weather. They do best in warm, light soil, but will flourish in almost...soil or situation, unless it be shaded or very wet. Plant in drills three to three and one-half feet apart, and, for thickness in the row, one quart will...
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Transactions of the Massachusetts Horticultural Society

Massachusetts Horticultural Society - Agriculture - 1888
...hardier than pole beans, but they should not be planted until the weather becomes settled. All beans do best in warm, light soil, but will flourish in almost...soil or situation unless it be shaded or very wet. Plant in drills, from three to three and a half feet apart, and cover the same depth as for pole beans...
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Vick's Monthly Magazine ..., Volume 11

Floriculture - 1888
...somewhat hardier than the preceding, they should not be planted until settled weather. All Beans do best in warm, light soil, but will flourish in almost any soil or situation unless shaded or wet. Early Yellow Six Weeks and Dwarf Horticultural are the best among the green-podded kinds....
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