7 Review (s)

  1. Olga VORONTSOVA, Gomel

    Every time I picked beans, I wondered if the pods had grown enough? It turned out that some pods were still too small, others had already outgrown. Over time, I realized that it is necessary to remove green beans every 3-4 days, when the pods reach a length of 5 cm. This stimulates the plants to form new pods.
    It is best to harvest in the morning, when the pods are especially elastic.
    Pods with large and hard beans are best left to ripen and used as regular grain beans.

  2. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    1 kg of green beans, 4-5 dill umbrellas, garlic cloves, clove buds, black peppercorns, bay leaves, 100 ml table vinegar, 1,5 tbsp. salt, 200 g sugar, 1 liter of water. I cut the washed young bean pods into 3-4 pieces 2 cm long, removing the ends. I dropped the beans into boiling water and cooked for 10 minutes until the pods became soft. Threw it into a colander. Placed at the bottom of sterilized jars
    each clove of garlic, peppercorn, dill umbrella, clove bud, bay leaf. Place the prepared beans on top with a slotted spoon. From time to time I shook the jars to fill them tightly enough. I brought the broth in which I cooked the beans to a boil again, diluted salt and sugar, and poured vinegar a minute before turning it off. I poured the marinade over the beans. She rolled it up, turned it over and wrapped it until it cooled. I put it in the cellar for storage.

  3. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Green beans are my lifesaver for the winter!
    A couple of years ago, my husband and I decided to open our own business, thought through everything down to the smallest detail, and in the first few months everything went well.

    But after about six months, problems began: unforeseen expenses, demand for services decreased. But debts must be repaid. We decided to tighten our belts and try to swim out. Fortunately, gardening has always been my hobby and by that time I had managed to stock up on all kinds of vegetables. An unexpected lifesaver for me was making green beans. I added it to soups and salads, fried it with potatoes, and served it fried with onions and carrots along with porridge.

  4. Svetlana SHISHKINA.

    I live in Siberia. The climate here is not particularly favorable for agriculture. but harvested beans get excellent Piles that have already begun to whiten, but have not dried up, selectively begin to cut in August.
    I spread out under a canopy where they ripen. Having caught it, I freeze the grains in plastic bags. The advantage of this bean is that it has to be soaked, but it needs to be cooked much faster. The taste and aroma of the dishes with this bean are excellent.
    After selective thinning, the pods remaining on the bushes grow and ripen faster. I completely remove the beans in late August - mid-September.

    Lowering the temperature to 0 ..- 1 grad it can withstand, but if strong frosts are expected, I pull out the plants and hang them under a canopy where they are not afraid of the temperature even up to -5 degrees. Dry pods I put in boxes, I deposit into a warm place. I store the haricot beans in glass jars in the kitchen
    I do not cover lids

  5. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Many times I tried to grow a string bean, but it's useless. Planted in the garden, the bushes grew, blossomed, and they were attacked by some insects and devoured. The crop was either scanty, or not at all.
    Last summer, I read about the dense planting of plants and decided to take a chance. In a small greenhouse of which she just didn’t plant it - beets, cucumbers, dill, lettuce, parsley and bush beans along the edge of the bed. Everything came up at once, I watered and fed. Everything grew to my joy, but the beans were ahead of all plants in development and a month later, filled the entire space in the beds.
    Fruit beans began quickly and abundantly, from each bush over the summer I took 500-700 grams of harvest, and bush grew more than 20. Yes, I did not expect such a crop! The bush beans are good because after harvesting the first harvest the bushes gain strength, bloom and again give pods. Some bushes bear fruit three or four times over the summer. And in the middle of September I pulled out the bushes and saw that the beetroot was ripe. Heavy landings justified themselves: experience, it came in handy.

    This summer, I will again plant bush beans - little work and a big harvest.

  6. Igor Travnik, Penza

    Unlike green peas, beans raw in the stage of milk maturity can not be eaten.

    But this, perhaps, is its only drawback. The bean has an excellent germination, with proper care, it does not get sick and gives abundant harvests.

    There are a lot of varieties of beans, among which I prefer curly asparagus varieties, especially those whose fruits can be used not only at the beginning of the growing season, but also in the stage of full maturity.
    The winding bean grows rapidly, using as a support all that is close. At me it is fruit trees, corn, decorative arches, farm buildings, a verandah, a fence. Some varieties of asparagus beans in any cold, until frost, continuously and very beautiful bloom. They can become a real highlight of the garden!

    Beans do not like heavy, acidic, clay soils with a high level of groundwater. A damp, cold summer, sharp temperature changes for her are fatal. Beans are photophilic, and the climbing varieties are more shadow-tolerant and less sensitive to weak frosts than cluster shrubs.

  7. The Family of the Beards

    Often beans are put in the beans during storage. To prevent this from happening, we tear the beans from the root as soon as it ripens. After drying, we harvest the beans, put them on the baking trays in 1-2 row and dry in the oven at a temperature of 50-60 °.
    Then cool and pour into clean jars. Tightly tighten the lid with thread and store in the pantry.
    With this method of storage, we have never had any pests in beans.


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