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Beans and big weeds

Snap beans and big weeds

Hand pulling big weeds is a regular garden feature this summer of rainy, weed-favoring weather. In the before and after, the second and third plantings of snap beans (Jade and Indy Gold) are disappearing under soaring lamb’s quarters and pigweed: a couple of hours and a couple of pairs of hands later and they’re looking good.

Weeded beans

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  1. I just planted some dwarf stringless snap beans today! I hope that they grow to look as good as yours do.
    How do you go with fungal infections in the wet weather? I always have problems with rust, even in dry conditions.

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