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Anybody check for pods? 07/30/2012 @ 6:51am So, it looks like my garden grean beans may be a near-total loss. Just one picking of a bean or two per plant, I have them all mulched with grass clippings, but the heat was just too much. Just HUNDREDS of blossums and aborted baby beans on the ground. Sooooooooo, I got to thinking about the asgrow 1832s out in the field. On the way to the field, I stopped at an asgrow plot. The 12s and 14s maturity were loaded with pods. Then it pretty much stopped. I checked every later variety and they were free from any pods. Now I know, everyone is going to say, we don't make beans till august, but hey, check out the calendar boys. Oh, and it seems with all the heat, everything else is about a month ahead of schedule, so where are the beans? corny

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