Stringbeans - Knowledgebase Question

Gilbertsville, PA
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Question by acspirro
April 14, 2000
When can I start planting stringbeans in the area I live in?

Answer from NGA
April 14, 2000
Beans are best planted after all danger of frost and when the soil has had a week or two to warm slightly; beans will germinate when the soil temperature has reached about 60 degrees, but a temperature closer to 70 is more optimum.

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