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49 days. Bush growth habit 4 oz package contains approximately 200-250 seeds Germination: 5 to 8 days at 70 to 85 F. Plant seeds 1 to 1 1/2 inches deep with 4 - 6 inches between the plants and 18 to 24 inches between rows. Contender Bush Beans produce curved, 6-8” green pods. These beans are especially good for shorter growing seasons since they start producing earlier than other bean varieties. Beans have a wonderful, distinctive flavor. Planting, Growing, and Harvesting: Direct sow bush bean seeds in well-drained soil, after the risk of frost is over. Choose a sunny location and plant the seeds in rows. The plants in these rows will help support each other as they grow. If planted in a windy area, bush beans may benefit from added support. Bush bean plants usually grow between 1-2’ tall. To harvest green beans, pick pods when they are young and tender—before seeds inside fully develop. If you want to harvest dry bean seeds, you can allow them to mature and dry on the plant before picking.

Contender Bush Bean Seeds - Non-GMO - 4 ounces, approximately 20

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