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(3) Så här odlar jag bondbönor. Odla bönor- Sara Bäckmo. Snap Beans, Green Beans. §. The practice of companion planting has been around for generations. We see the principle working brilliantly when the three sisters – corn, beans and squash – are planted together. Each crop is doing its part to sustain the other. Benefits of companion planting // Cuts out the need for chemicals// Reduces labor in the garden// Plants benefit each other by providing shade and attracting pollinators// Helps the plants work in harmony by building nutrients in the soil “Companion planting is about marrying plants that work well together in order to survive and grow strong and healthy. Companion planting techniques // Some plants are known as nature’s pesticides and deter pests. 3 Common summer crops and their companion plants Tomatoes love: // Beans supply nutrients to the soil around tomatoes.

Tomato should not be planted with dill, fennel, potatoes, kohlrabi or corn Cucumber and Squash love: Cucumber and squash should not be planted with sage or potato. Beans love: by Josie Jeffery.


Growing Snap Beans - Bonnie Plants. Bush snap beans grow on short plants. They are so prolific that even a few plants can yield a big harvest. Whether you are planting your first vegetable garden or have years of experience behind you, growing snap beans should be at the top of your garden to-do list. Dependable and easy to care for, snap beans are also among the most productive veggies you can grow. Snap beans mature quickly, too, and almost everyone – including kids – loves fresh snap beans. Are all snap beans alike? Soil, Planting, and Care Prompt picking of ripe pods encourages bush beans to continue blooming—and producing more pods—for a much longer period of time. Snap beans are easy to grow in any warm, well-drained soil, but they must have warmth. Keep beans weeded, and mulch over the spaces between plants to conserve moisture and reduce problems with weeds. Troubleshooting Your bean plant produces pretty white blooms that develop into the bean pods.

Harvest and Storage FAQs Pole beans should be harvested every 2 days. Beans Archives - Bonnie Plants.