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Pinto Bush Dried Bean (100 days)

Germ 4-10 days
A bush type with half runners, edible young pods that swell, fill out then drying into a beige seed with reddish brown mottling. The most common dried bean eaten in North America, primarily used for refried beans. 5-6 beans per pod. 100 seeds.

 

 

PLANTING:

Outside- Bush type: 1” deep and 4-6” apart with soil temperatures above 60 degrees and after the last frost. Planting under 60 degrees results in poor germination. Pole type: Plant 1” deep and 3- 4” apart for trellis/pole growth. Drying type: 1” deep and 5-6” apart. Leave beans on the plant until the leaves are falling and pods are dry and withered

Harvest- Before the seeds bulge and beans snap easily. Pick continually to prolong production.

Tips- Water well during hot dry period and do not over fertilize which results in a surplus of foliage and low, delayed pod growth. Adding inoculant at planting time aids in a larger harvest and more robust plants. Plant seeds every 2-3 weeks for continual harvest throughout the summer.

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08/25/2019
Lydia

This is a pole bean

Great germination and growth. Was surprised when they didn’t stop growing and I had to build a trellis down the middle of my double row. Harvesting now. I pick a “can of beans” worth every few days as they dry out. The first batch I’ve cooked were delicious, the rest I lay on a screen for a few days to fully dry before bagging them to use later.

KB
08/06/2018
kandi b.
United States

Pinto/Great northern/soybean

The dried beans are Coney but grew great!! But the soybean I bought, out of two packages only one plant grew!

JW
08/14/2017
James Wells

Pinto Beans

This is the only seed place (Pinetree Garden Seeds)that I could real pinto beans seeds.Ordered 2 pkgs. planted 1 1/2pkg -nearly all came out-had a horrible hail storm-plants recovered -harvesting now- looks good!!!!