Answer: Talking to your plants is often good therapy, and sometimes the plants even listen! I suspect the small beans are a result of cultural conditions. Snap beans grow best when there is a constant moisture supply. Light, frequent irrigations are recommended during dry weather. Hold off on the fertilizer (it only encourages lush, green growth - sometimes at the expense of fruit) and give your plants a little time to readjust. You should be seeing nice, plump pods in a week or two. Hope so!
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