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Product Number: H120

Inoculant (2.3 OZ)

This granular garden inoculant aids in the growth and production of all varieties of garden beans (except soybeans), peas, and peanuts. It contains billions of live bacteria that are essential in the nitrogen fixing process of garden legume plants. These bacteria when properly placed in the root zone area of the soil, will actively convert atmospheric nitrogen into a usable form for the plant. Therefore enabling the plant to produce its own organic source of nitrogen, leading to lush vine growth and ultimately greater yields. This non-toxic, organic product is dated and should be used by December 31, 2018. Inoculating organisms include: rhizobium eguminosarum, R. phaseoli and other rhizobium species. Treats 4 ounces of peas or beans or a 40 foot row. One 2.3 oz packet.

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Virginia A.
United States

Inoculation for peas

I bought this for my fall peas ( snow and English). Last spring I used an inoculant for the first time I had the best harvest ever, producing into early June here in Chattanooga Tn. I planted my fall peas with the inoculant mid Aug., right now the plants are 18 - 24 " high. Hope to see flowers early Oct. and eating fresh peas by the middle of the month.I plan to use the inoculant on my beans next spring. Hopefully they will do better next year than they have done this year.

Goldie M.
United States


I learned a way from my dad where I put the seeds a little water and some inoculate in a sandwich bag. Then I mix and plant imidietly. This worked great and my beans grew great in new soil. This wouldn’t have happened the first year with out it. Now it’s in the soil and won’t need it next year!

Patti L.
United States

Bean Inoculant

Used it on beans, pole and bush. Everything is coming up fine.

Bonnie W.
United States

Too Cold!

It's been too cold to even think about planting so far, but it's going to warm up this week and some of my perennials are beginning to pop up. Our last frost date is Memorial Day week-end, but I hope to get busy soon. I'm anxious to try the peas.

Michelle R.
United States

Zone 4

Hello, I cannot assess the viability of the product yet since our growing season here in zone 4 hasn’t arrived yet. But I can say I was happy with the shipping and that my product arrived un-damaged in a timely manner. Thank you

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