french beans

fons jaspers asked 10 years ago

For years now, I’m growing dwarf french beans. Most of the time, the first ones that I pick are OK, but after that the beans start to curl and twist and become unsuitable for eating. Why, and what to do?

1 Answers

Gerry Daly Staff answered 3 years ago
Mis-shapen beans are generally caused by either too-rapid growth or weather damage, notably strong winds. It can also happen due to poor pollination and this can be caused by strong winds too.

But mis-shapen beans are still edible.

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