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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

POOR YELLOW BEAN

I don't know why, my yellow bean became worse time by time.
This is my first time growing yellow bean.
I only sowed five seeds.


I don't find any bugs on the vines.
The bean look paler than the color of the bean on the package.










If you have experience on growing yellow bean, please share.

18 comments:

  1. Oh dear, it doesn't look happy. I grow similar beans, only green ones, outside. They like a rich compost and plenty of water. Is it possible yours got too hot maybe? Other than that I don't know what to suggest, but it's definitely worth trying again and seeing if it was just a one-off glitch.

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    1. Thanks CJ. I need learn more about this variety. I grow the green bean almost all year round, but I have never found serious problem like this.

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  2. That seventh photo seems to show leaf miner but that wouldn't cause that. We grow yellow beans and I wouldn't worry about the colour. The small beans are greenish and become yellower as they mature. We grow them in exactly the same way as green ones. What were the roots like?. I wonder if it is some form of blight down to warm wet conditions.

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    1. Thanks for sharing your experience, Sue. A great lesson.

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  3. It looks like a disease as they usually grow fine even if they don't set beans. They like a lot of sun and aren't too picky about the soil.

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    1. Thank you for this lesson. I want to try once again. I hope I get the better result.

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  4. We have a small orchard planted in May by the cold that makes here, last year we also marred, is a plant disease this year frejones not sow.
    A kiss.

    This is my garden:

    http://asimegustaelmundo.blogspot.com.es/2013/09/han-tardado-pero-ya-estan-aqui.html

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    1. I want to see your orchad on May. It must be so interesting

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  5. I've grown yellow beans a couple of times but I've found them to be less prolific than green ones. It's hard to say what's wrong with your plant but it doesn't look happy.

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    1. I think growing the yellow beans is more difficult than the green one. Thanks for sharing

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  6. No experience with this. Maybe it'll perk up.

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  7. In my country, we plant a lot of green beans.
    It is very delicious with butter and muffin crumbs.
    I suspect that your potato blight attacked.
    That's what happens when it's wet and very wet.
    This plant does not like moisture.
    Greetings.

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  8. I plant only a yellow beans. It is very delicious.

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  9. Hi Endah, I'm not an expert but it looks similar to Bacterial wilt. If you do a Google search (type in bean diseases). There is a handbook in PDF format which you can download for reference. learningstore.uwex.edu/pdf/A3374.PDF‎
    I hope this helps.

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    1. Thank you very much for the useful information.

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