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pole beans not producing

Bracey tiede at pacnojunkbell.net
Tue Jun 22 17:15:39 EST 1999


Jim:

Thanks for the info.  I wasn't aware that beans did their own thing.

Bracey

Jim Kami wrote in message <376FA9B2.B3DB4283 at ucdavis.edu>...
>    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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