Bean, Topcrop (Phaseolus vulgaris) - 50 Seeds

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Topcrop Bush Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris) - 50 Seeds

•All Americana Award winner
•American grown seeds
•Matures in 50-60 days
•Zones 3-9

Considered one of the best bush beans for canning and freezing, Topcrop produces 6 to 7-inch pods that are tender and crispy, containing incredible flavor. Consistent high yields. The Top Crop bean is a variety of green bean that was developed to be more resistant to diseases and is a winner of the All-America Selections. This low-maintenance variety develops pods near the top and reach maturity at about 55 days after planting. The beans are ideal for canning and storing.

Growing Instructions:
Seeds can be sown in cooler soils than most other bush beans can handle, but the soil should be at least 65°. Direct sow seeds outside at least 1 week after the last spring frost when temps are at least 65°. Plant in rich, well-drained soil with full sun. If you've never planted beans in garden before, treat the seeds with a powder innoculant to allow nitrogen fixation. Sow seeds 1" deep, 3" apart in rows 2-3' apart. Press soil down for good soil contact. Don't overwater.

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