The Q&A Archives: PLANTING BEANS (BUSH )

Question: FIRST YEAR PLANTING AND GROWING BUSH BEANS. HOW MUCH SPACE DO I NEED FOR GROWNTH AND ROOTS? CAN I PLANT THEM CLOSE TO ONE ANOTHER?

Answer: Bush bean seeds should be planted 2 to 4 inches apart in the row and the rows should be 18 apart. This will give adequate room for each plant to grow. Enjoy your harvest!

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