1. Select The Type

You can choose between the two main types of beans – bush beans and pole beans.

2. Start At The Right Time And Right Place

It’s essential to know that these veggies thrive best if started in March or April. If you wait for too long, it could significantly affect the quality and quantity of your harvest.

3. Prepare The Soil

Before planting these veggies, you should mix some compost with soil to boost nutrient levels. Additionally, till the soil to break any clay sections that could lead to waterlogging in your beans.

4. Learn More About Sowing Bean Seeds

Where you start your bean seeds is crucial for their development. I highly recommend putting bean seeds directly into the ground.

5. Install Trellis

Install the trellis in the same spot where you sow the seeds. Make sure to install the structure deep into the ground so that it can’t fall over and damage your beans.

6. Plant

The recommended spacing for bean seeds is around 9-12 inches. To help the seeds complete the germination stage, irrigate them regularly for 3-4 days. Water your beans approximately 2 times a week

7. Meet All Care Requirements

Once your beans start establishing and the seeds start sprouting, you should add a layer of mulch on the soil surface. Opt for a leaf mulch or use shredded plants.

8. Harvest

You’ll notice the shape of the beans and the pods will start drying up when they’re ready for harvest. Be careful when harvesting to avoid damaging your bean plants.

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