Soil preparation

Green beans – this is a fairly undemanding plant, however it is preferable to plant it in loose and non-acidic soil. Ideal loam and light soil. To protect the plants from Anthracnose, it is necessary to annually change the location of the raised beds with green beans. It is preferable to drop her off at the places where they grow roots.

The beds for planting asparagus you need to pick up since the fall. They should be well lit and protected from the wind. From the beds you want to remove the weeds, to dig the earth and to make fertilizer – superphosphate or potassium chloride. Nitrogen fertilizer use is highly undesirable, as they promote the growth of foliage, while the pods after a feeding develop poorly.

Beans asparagus: growing from seed

Best time for sowing cow peas – early June. Growing asparagus from seed has its own characteristics, for example, the distance between the rows of beans should be between 50 to 80 cm Soak and sprout the seeds in advance is necessary, since without these procedures to obtain a good crop of cow peas simply will not work. In the beds at a distance of 8 cm from each other it is necessary to make holes with a depth of about 3 cm.

In every hole need to plant two seeds in order that when you see the sprouts to remove the weak and leave the strong and healthy. After the seeds are planted, the bed should be sprinkle a thin layer of humus. The first seedlings appear after two and a half weeks.

Care for green beans

Proper care for asparagus is abundant watering in the first weeks after planting. Well-moistened soil – the key to having a strong and fleshy pods. The garden beans should be timely to weed, to loosen and make the soil mineral nutrient fertilizer. Solution fertilizers need to pour in a shallow groove that runs parallel row of beans. When the shoots reach 10 cm, they must be Spud.

When and how to harvest asparagus

Early-maturing varieties yardlong beans Mature in about 2 months after emergence, late varieties – on 2-3 weeks later. To harvest better when the pods are at the stage of lactic ripeness and did not fully harden. The pods are harvested on day 8 after the tie beans. If you regularly cut off the ripe pods, it will lead to the formation of new ovaries, and the yield of green beans increased. Harvest of beans in one season you can collect up to five times with proper care.