One bean, two beans, a bean and a half and half a bean. That's how many beans make five.
This is what happens when you let the internet sway you. Yes I blame you lot out there in cyberspace with your talk of crop rotation and soil starvation.I have always grown beans in the same place, by the fence in easy reach of the water supply. This year I read about crop rotation again and thought that even though all the old boys always grow beans in the same place year after year and even though I get great harvests I would move them.
So no beans this year then.
Not enough water and "what lies beneath" seem to have done for them. I have put a few spare plants in and sown some more in hope than anything but...tonight I will be dreaming of plates of runner, french and borlotti beans drizzled in butter steaming in a dish in front of me and next year at about this time will be moaning about a glut of bl**dy beans and what on earth will I be able to do with them all.
Funny old game isn't it?
1 week ago
I always keep my runners in the same place....I read that even though crops are rotated runners shouldn't be. My other beans I have rotated without any problems. Sometimes it's best to stick to what works for you and ignore everything else!!ReplyDelete