|Let me ask this again. I am not sure I was ever able to get this question asked in the first place. I have raised vegetable beds. I would like to plant a castor bean outside the raised bed. I wonder if this is safe??? I keep reading about how poison the castor beans are and I worry that I will contaminate my vegetable garden. Thanks
|Answer from NGA
August 28, 2010
|You can plant castor bean near your vegetable garden and it won't contaminate your vegetables. You can grow the castor bean plants anywhere in your garden as long as no one eats the poisonous beans. Hope this answers makes it to your inbox!
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