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Runner Bean Gardening Guides for Teachers

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Runner Bean Gardening Guides for Students + Teachers + Organic School Gardens …

Runner Bean Gardening Guides for Students + Teachers + Organic School Gardens
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Simple Square Foot Gardening for Schools - Teacher Guide
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  • 1. Bean, Runner Vegetable
  • 2. Bean, Runner Growing guide Water plants when pods are swelling (if dry weather). Mulch to conserve moisture. Make study frameworks to support growth (eg wigwams from bamboo canes) GROW PLANT Suggested varieties: Butler, Enorma Elite, Painted Lady Sow seed 3cm deep in pots or rows.Thin or transplant to 15cm apart in double rows 30cm apart. Choose deep fertile soil and sheltered site Equipment needed Canes, mulch (eg compost) Cut 15-20cm long pods every 2-3 days (longer pods are tough and stringy). Pick thoroughly as any ripe pods left on the plant will stop production EAT J Vegetable Spring Term F M Sow indoors A Summer Term M J J Sow outdoors 2.5cm = 1 inch 30 cm = 1 foot A Plant out/transplant Autumn/Winter Term S O N D Harvest Use cloche Easy! Average time to harvest 10-14 weeks Germination time 7-14 days Average plant size 2.5m tall, 30cm wide Family group to grow with Legumes: French beans, peas Seed saving group 2 - Annual, can cross-pollinate Key nutritional content Vitamin C, folate