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pole beans not producing

Jim Kami jakami at ucdavis.edu
Tue Jun 22 10:20:18 EST 1999

    Beans are self pollinating, you don't have to bother them.(In fact, making
crosses is a bit involved because of this) Very high or very low temperatures at
flowering sometimes inhibit seed formation. Beans are happiest in moderate to
cool climates. Without more details as to your growing conditions, I can't tell
you much more.

Jim Kami
Blue Rose Biotech

Bracey wrote:

> Do you have bees to pollinate them?  If not, then get out there with a small
> paintbrush and do it yourself.  I had to do that to my melon plants the past
> couple of years.
> Bracey
> Tom Ashworth wrote in message ...
> >My pole beans are blooming profusely but are not producing and beans.  Any
> >one know why and what can be done?
> >
> >

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